PDX - GVA
$744 - $1,260
35.6 - 68 °F
2.7 - 4.1 inches
High demand for flights, 26% potential price rise
Best time to find cheap flights, 21% potential price drop
Average for round-trip flights in January 2022
From Portland to Geneva Geneve-Cointrin
Leaving on a Monday is a viable option for saving on travel. Heavily demanded days of the week can typically drive up the prices you see. Booking your travel for a less competitive day can save up to 47% on the overall cost on flights from Portland to Geneva.
Find a great deal and save up to 39% by booking at least 49 days prior to your desired departure date, rather than waiting until the week of travel. According to our data, there are a number of flights available from Portland to Geneva within the next two weeks, with the cheapest ticket starting at $1,287.
It’s typically best to fly out from Portland to Geneva in the morning. Doing so could potentially save you 12% on the flight price compared to flying in the afternoon, which is usually more expensive.
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Delta, United Airlines, and KLM are some of the carriers that may have flexible cancellation policies. You can use our site to filter for other airlines that may also have this kind of flexibility.
There are currently 9+ open flights from Portland to Geneva within the next 7 days for less than $700.
Air Canada, British Airways and Delta are the most popular airlines when flying from Portland to Geneva.
The cheapest flight price from Portland to Geneva is $650. On average you can expect to pay $915. The most popular route, (Portland - Geneva Geneve-Cointrin), can usually be booked for $547.
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