Winter sports, business and relaxation are just some of the reasons to book a flight to Switzerland. The most popular destinations for direct flights are Zurich and Geneva, with services from several parts of the UK. Because of the competition between rival airlines serving the main Swiss cities, it is often possible to book low-cost flights. You can arrange a non-stop flight to Basel or Bern. Alternatively, by including a stopover, it is possible to fly to the smaller airports of Lugano and St Gallen Altenrhein. Some airlines offering flights to Switzerland have lower baggage allowances than others, so it is worth checking on this aspect, especially if you need to take ski gear with you.Using an online flight comparator is a good way to be sure of the cheapest flights to Switzerland. Either booking in advance or snapping up a late bargain can bring savings. Flying time from London direct to Zurich is around one hour and 30 minutes, while the journey from England's capital to Geneva will take about five minutes longer.
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Agenda of events in Switzerland January: Lauberhorn Ski Races. This feast of winter sports includes the famous downhill race, watched by around 30,000 people. Amateur skiers are permitted to try out the course following the race.February/March: Basel Carnival. Thousands of people dress up to join in the procession for the country's biggest carnival. It begins on the Monday following Ash Wednesday, and features many concerts and activities.July: Montreux Jazz Festival. One of the largest jazz events in the world, this two-week extravaganza also features rock, pop and blues. It regularly features top stars and draws crowds of around 200,000 people each year.1st August: Swiss National Day. The occasion is celebrated with bonfires and firework displays, including a spectacular display at the Rhine Falls. Children take part in lantern processions and the national flag flies everywhere.11th November: Martinmas. Celebrations for this occasion include feasts and lantern processions. Large crowds travel to Sursee, Lucerne, to see the famous "knocking down the goose" ceremony. [/events_agenda]