To save on the cost of your flight from Dublin to Switzerland, book at least 22 days before your planned departure. Booking around this time can save you about 18% on the cost of this flight compared to booking a flight leaving this week. We have found prices from £134 if you need a flight within two weeks. For flights within the next 72 hours, you can find tickets from as low as £165.
November can be a great time to fly to Switzerland from Dublin with a flight ticket averaging about £139. Cheapflights users have found deals in the month of November for as cheap as £87. The most expensive prices can be found in the month of December.
When flying from Dublin to Switzerland, the time of day you decide to fly out makes little to no difference towards the overall price you’ll pay on tickets.
For a flight from Dublin to Switzerland, you will be flying from Dublin. Dublin (DUB) is just 5.7 mi from the centre of the city.
Some of our airline partners flying from Dublin to Switzerland have new flexible policies in place due to COVID-19. Aer Lingus, SWISS, and KLM are some of the carriers where you may find flexible cancellation policies. You can use our site to filter for airlines like Aer Lingus with this kind of flexibility.
Yes, there are multiple flights from Dublin to Switzerland for under £100. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Multiple Airlines for just £70, but on average you can expect to pay £80.
Cheapflights has 20 direct flights from Dublin to Switzerland under £100. A good price for a direct flight from Dublin to Switzerland is less than £97.
There are currently 20+ open flights from Dublin to Switzerland within the next 7 days for less than £100.
Days when direct flights are available for this flight are: Friday.
This flight path from Dublin to Switzerland was viewed by 230 users in the past month. Keep an eye out for changes in search interest prior to high and low season.
1 flight departure from Dublin to Switzerland per day on average.
Evening (6pm - Midnight) - 100% of flight departures
There are many flights that can get you from Dublin to Switzerland in 2h 10m. Fly via Aer Lingus or SWISS to get the fastest option. There are 773 mi between Dublin and Switzerland. Generally, flights for this route are direct.
To fly one-way, consider booking your trip with Aer Lingus, which is currently one of the cheapest options available, starting at £37. SAS flights start at £48 while deals on SWISS start at £51 one-way.
No one likes to see their flight delayed. When booking a flight from Dublin to Switzerland consider choosing Edelweiss Air(100%), Etihad Airways(97%) or Aer Lingus(97%), as they are the most reliable in getting you off to your destination on time.
The most popular airlines flying from Dublin to Switzerland are Aer Lingus, KLM and Lufthansa. Something to consider prior to booking your flight.
On average you can expect to pay £171 for a flight from Dublin to Switzerland. The cheapest flight overall is £58 while the most popular route, (Dublin - Geneva Geneve-Cointrin) is currently priced at £109.
If you have been vaccinated, you can either show a Swiss COVID Certificate, EU Digital COVID Certificate, or a certificate that is compatible with the EU Digital Covid Certificate. Travelers who have been vaccinated abroad with a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and who are resident in or traveling to Switzerland are able to obtain a Swiss COVID certificate. This means that travelers who have been vaccinated abroad or have recovered abroad, such as tourists, can also participate in social activities in Switzerland. The documents can be submitted electronically.
You will be issued with the COVID certificate on the application on paper or as a PDF document with a QR code. With the COVID Certificate app, you can host your COVID certificate on your mobile device.
If you are unvaccinated, you must have a test, and if the result is negative you can then be issued with a COVID certificate. Your personal details on the COVID certificate should correspond with those in your passport or on your ID card.
Only travelers with a valid vaccination and recovery certificate are able to go inside restaurants, cultural, sporting, and leisure venues and attend indoor events (2G). To provide additional protection, masks must also be worn in these settings, and food and drink may only be consumed while seated.
In settings where masks cannot be worn, such as brass band practice, or where it is not possible to eat or drink while seated, such as at bars and discos, admission will be limited to vaccinated or recovered persons who also present a negative COVID-19 test result (2G+). People who within the last 4 months have been fully vaccinated received a booster, or recovered from COVID-19 do not have to take a further test.
Visitor Visa - To visit Switzerland for Business or Tourism, you require a visa.
A paper or embassy visa is the only type of visa available for visitors. Typically the visa is a stamp or sticker added to your passport. You must submit your application through the consulate or local visa center.
Returning to Dublin from Switzerland
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Switzerland must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departing to Dublin.
Visitors from Switzerland are not required to quarantine after entering Dublin.
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