Cheap flights from San Jose (SJC) to Lausanne, Switzerland from $608

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SJC — GVA
oct. 1 — oct. 81

How to find the cheapest flight from San Jose (SJC) to Lausanne

All the information you need to plan the best SJC to LS9 flight in 2023: compare San Jose to Lausanne flight prices with the expected peak season, weather and rainfall in Lausanne.

Popular in

June

Cheapest in

April

Average price

$947

Round-trip from

$714
High demand for flights, 35% potential price rise
Best time to find cheap flights, 45% potential price drop
Average for round-trip flights in September 2023
From San Jose to Lausanne

SJC - GVA

Price

$714 - $1,374

GVA

Temperature

35.6 - 68 °F

GVA

Rainfall

2.7 - 4.1 inches

What is the cheapest month to fly from San Jose to Lausanne?

April is one of the best times of the year to fly to Lausanne from San Jose. Prices for April average $994 per person but you can even find prices for as low as $549. The most expensive prices can be found in the month of June. Opting for a April flight can save you 52% on your journey compared to booking in June

When is the cheapest time to fly from San Jose to Lausanne (SJC - LS9)?

Regardless of the time of day you decide to fly, the ticket price will remain around the same. Book flights from San Jose to Lausanne as you normally would.

Cheap Iberia flights from San Jose to Lausanne

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San JoseGeneva Geneve-Cointrin

SJC - GVA

SJCGVA

San Jose

lun. 2/12

3 stops41h 53m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

lun. 2/19

2 stops38h 23m

San JoseGeneva Geneve-Cointrin

SJC - GVA

SJCGVA

San Jose

jue. 2/15

2 stops17h 53m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

mar. 2/20

3 stops32h 46m

San JoseGeneva Geneve-Cointrin

SJC - GVA

SJCGVA

San Jose

mié. 2/14

3 stops33h 30m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

mar. 2/20

3 stops32h 46m

San JoseGeneva Geneve-Cointrin

SJC - GVA

SJCGVA

San Jose

lun. 2/12

3 stops33h 30m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

mié. 2/21

3 stops32h 46m

San JoseGeneva Geneve-Cointrin

SJC - GVA

SJCGVA

San Jose

dom. 2/11

2 stops17h 53m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

mié. 2/21

2 stops38h 23m

San JoseGeneva Geneve-Cointrin

SJC - GVA

SJCGVA

San Jose

mar. 2/13

2 stops20h 15m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

mar. 2/20

2 stops18h 48m

San JoseGeneva Geneve-Cointrin

SJC - GVA

SJCGVA

San Jose

jue. 2/15

3 stops30h 26m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

mar. 2/20

3 stops32h 46m

San JoseGeneva Geneve-Cointrin

SJC - GVA

SJCGVA

San Jose

mar. 12/5

2 stops26h 40m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

mié. 12/13

2 stops19h 20m

San JoseGeneva Geneve-Cointrin

SJC - GVA

SJCGVA

San Jose

lun. 2/12

2 stops17h 18m

Geneva Geneve-Cointrin

lun. 2/19

2 stops20h 15m

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Deals found on 9/24

Reviews of airlines servicing Lausanne

Read reviews from past customers who have flown Iberia, TAP AIR PORTUGAL and Lufthansa from San Jose to Lausanne. Reviews also offer insight into each airline's entertainment options, comfort, food, crew/service, and boarding process.
Iberia
7.0
Good
807 reviews

Boarding

7.1

Food

6.2

Overall

7.0

Comfort

6.7

Crew

7.7

Entertainment

6.7

Reviews

1 / 10

I traveled with my 82 y/o mother, who has serious difficulties walking. I purposely booked an aisle seat where she would have extra room to stretch her legs. The aisle was so narrow that my mother could not sleep because she got bumped by anyone walking by her. The crew was sweating, and looked extremely overwhelmed, not a single smile. Our seats were very close to 1st class, but the bathrooms were located all the way in the back. Trying to get to the bathroom walking that narrow aisle was a nightmare. Especially when they were serving the meals, which meant we had to hold it until all passengers had been served. I went to the crew galley closest to me to ask a soda and some ice, and was told I had to go aaaaalll the way to be end of the plane to get them. When I finally made it to the back and asked for a cup with ice, the hostess said: "I hope you are not drinking alcohol"(????). She must have noticed my confused look, so she proceeded to explain that she is used to passengers bringing in outside alcohol and then asking for ice. She further explained that bringing outside alcohol was not allowed. Such disrespectful assumption. The worst: upon landing in Madrid, at around 5:30am, there was no wheelchair waiting for my mother. We were told by the crew to wait on the empty plane because they had requested the chair. We waited a long time. Finally the crew told my mother and I that we might as well start walking, otherwise we would miss our connecting flight to Malaga. The airport was empty, no one to ask for directions. We were getting desperate, until we got to a hall where everyone was running in the same direction. We followed them, my mother limping and in pain. We got to an area where an airport employee was screaming to a very large group of people, but we were so far we could not hear. We just followed the group, and begged a security officer to let us through the line b/c of my mother's pain. We had walked for almost 30 minutes in a hot airport. Madrid takes pride on his huge airport, but they do not have the staff to manage it. I could not believe we were in a EU airport. We were the last ones to board the plane to Malaga. A true nightmare, will definitely try to avoid flying Iberia ever again.

Iberia
7.0
Good
807 reviews
Iberia
7.0
Good
807 reviews

Boarding

7.1

Food

6.2

Overall

7.0

Comfort

6.7

Crew

7.7

Entertainment

6.7

Reviews

1 / 10

I traveled with my 82 y/o mother, who has serious difficulties walking. I purposely booked an aisle seat where she would have extra room to stretch her legs. The aisle was so narrow that my mother could not sleep because she got bumped by anyone walking by her. The crew was sweating, and looked extremely overwhelmed, not a single smile. Our seats were very close to 1st class, but the bathrooms were located all the way in the back. Trying to get to the bathroom walking that narrow aisle was a nightmare. Especially when they were serving the meals, which meant we had to hold it until all passengers had been served. I went to the crew galley closest to me to ask a soda and some ice, and was told I had to go aaaaalll the way to be end of the plane to get them. When I finally made it to the back and asked for a cup with ice, the hostess said: "I hope you are not drinking alcohol"(????). She must have noticed my confused look, so she proceeded to explain that she is used to passengers bringing in outside alcohol and then asking for ice. She further explained that bringing outside alcohol was not allowed. Such disrespectful assumption. The worst: upon landing in Madrid, at around 5:30am, there was no wheelchair waiting for my mother. We were told by the crew to wait on the empty plane because they had requested the chair. We waited a long time. Finally the crew told my mother and I that we might as well start walking, otherwise we would miss our connecting flight to Malaga. The airport was empty, no one to ask for directions. We were getting desperate, until we got to a hall where everyone was running in the same direction. We followed them, my mother limping and in pain. We got to an area where an airport employee was screaming to a very large group of people, but we were so far we could not hear. We just followed the group, and begged a security officer to let us through the line b/c of my mother's pain. We had walked for almost 30 minutes in a hot airport. Madrid takes pride on his huge airport, but they do not have the staff to manage it. I could not believe we were in a EU airport. We were the last ones to board the plane to Malaga. A true nightmare, will definitely try to avoid flying Iberia ever again.

Air Canada
6.7
Okay
969 reviews
Iberia
7.0
Good
807 reviews

Boarding

7.1

Food

6.2

Overall

7.0

Comfort

6.7

Crew

7.7

Entertainment

6.7

Reviews

1 / 10

I traveled with my 82 y/o mother, who has serious difficulties walking. I purposely booked an aisle seat where she would have extra room to stretch her legs. The aisle was so narrow that my mother could not sleep because she got bumped by anyone walking by her. The crew was sweating, and looked extremely overwhelmed, not a single smile. Our seats were very close to 1st class, but the bathrooms were located all the way in the back. Trying to get to the bathroom walking that narrow aisle was a nightmare. Especially when they were serving the meals, which meant we had to hold it until all passengers had been served. I went to the crew galley closest to me to ask a soda and some ice, and was told I had to go aaaaalll the way to be end of the plane to get them. When I finally made it to the back and asked for a cup with ice, the hostess said: "I hope you are not drinking alcohol"(????). She must have noticed my confused look, so she proceeded to explain that she is used to passengers bringing in outside alcohol and then asking for ice. She further explained that bringing outside alcohol was not allowed. Such disrespectful assumption. The worst: upon landing in Madrid, at around 5:30am, there was no wheelchair waiting for my mother. We were told by the crew to wait on the empty plane because they had requested the chair. We waited a long time. Finally the crew told my mother and I that we might as well start walking, otherwise we would miss our connecting flight to Malaga. The airport was empty, no one to ask for directions. We were getting desperate, until we got to a hall where everyone was running in the same direction. We followed them, my mother limping and in pain. We got to an area where an airport employee was screaming to a very large group of people, but we were so far we could not hear. We just followed the group, and begged a security officer to let us through the line b/c of my mother's pain. We had walked for almost 30 minutes in a hot airport. Madrid takes pride on his huge airport, but they do not have the staff to manage it. I could not believe we were in a EU airport. We were the last ones to board the plane to Malaga. A true nightmare, will definitely try to avoid flying Iberia ever again.

Lufthansa
6.7
Okay
1,577 reviews
Iberia
7.0
Good
807 reviews

Boarding

7.1

Food

6.2

Overall

7.0

Comfort

6.7

Crew

7.7

Entertainment

6.7

Reviews

1 / 10

I traveled with my 82 y/o mother, who has serious difficulties walking. I purposely booked an aisle seat where she would have extra room to stretch her legs. The aisle was so narrow that my mother could not sleep because she got bumped by anyone walking by her. The crew was sweating, and looked extremely overwhelmed, not a single smile. Our seats were very close to 1st class, but the bathrooms were located all the way in the back. Trying to get to the bathroom walking that narrow aisle was a nightmare. Especially when they were serving the meals, which meant we had to hold it until all passengers had been served. I went to the crew galley closest to me to ask a soda and some ice, and was told I had to go aaaaalll the way to be end of the plane to get them. When I finally made it to the back and asked for a cup with ice, the hostess said: "I hope you are not drinking alcohol"(????). She must have noticed my confused look, so she proceeded to explain that she is used to passengers bringing in outside alcohol and then asking for ice. She further explained that bringing outside alcohol was not allowed. Such disrespectful assumption. The worst: upon landing in Madrid, at around 5:30am, there was no wheelchair waiting for my mother. We were told by the crew to wait on the empty plane because they had requested the chair. We waited a long time. Finally the crew told my mother and I that we might as well start walking, otherwise we would miss our connecting flight to Malaga. The airport was empty, no one to ask for directions. We were getting desperate, until we got to a hall where everyone was running in the same direction. We followed them, my mother limping and in pain. We got to an area where an airport employee was screaming to a very large group of people, but we were so far we could not hear. We just followed the group, and begged a security officer to let us through the line b/c of my mother's pain. We had walked for almost 30 minutes in a hot airport. Madrid takes pride on his huge airport, but they do not have the staff to manage it. I could not believe we were in a EU airport. We were the last ones to board the plane to Malaga. A true nightmare, will definitely try to avoid flying Iberia ever again.

TAP AIR PORTUGAL
6.6
Okay
346 reviews
Iberia
7.0
Good
807 reviews

Boarding

7.1

Food

6.2

Overall

7.0

Comfort

6.7

Crew

7.7

Entertainment

6.7

Reviews

1 / 10

I traveled with my 82 y/o mother, who has serious difficulties walking. I purposely booked an aisle seat where she would have extra room to stretch her legs. The aisle was so narrow that my mother could not sleep because she got bumped by anyone walking by her. The crew was sweating, and looked extremely overwhelmed, not a single smile. Our seats were very close to 1st class, but the bathrooms were located all the way in the back. Trying to get to the bathroom walking that narrow aisle was a nightmare. Especially when they were serving the meals, which meant we had to hold it until all passengers had been served. I went to the crew galley closest to me to ask a soda and some ice, and was told I had to go aaaaalll the way to be end of the plane to get them. When I finally made it to the back and asked for a cup with ice, the hostess said: "I hope you are not drinking alcohol"(????). She must have noticed my confused look, so she proceeded to explain that she is used to passengers bringing in outside alcohol and then asking for ice. She further explained that bringing outside alcohol was not allowed. Such disrespectful assumption. The worst: upon landing in Madrid, at around 5:30am, there was no wheelchair waiting for my mother. We were told by the crew to wait on the empty plane because they had requested the chair. We waited a long time. Finally the crew told my mother and I that we might as well start walking, otherwise we would miss our connecting flight to Malaga. The airport was empty, no one to ask for directions. We were getting desperate, until we got to a hall where everyone was running in the same direction. We followed them, my mother limping and in pain. We got to an area where an airport employee was screaming to a very large group of people, but we were so far we could not hear. We just followed the group, and begged a security officer to let us through the line b/c of my mother's pain. We had walked for almost 30 minutes in a hot airport. Madrid takes pride on his huge airport, but they do not have the staff to manage it. I could not believe we were in a EU airport. We were the last ones to board the plane to Malaga. A true nightmare, will definitely try to avoid flying Iberia ever again.

British Airways
6.5
Okay
1,138 reviews
Iberia
7.0
Good
807 reviews

Boarding

7.1

Food

6.2

Overall

7.0

Comfort

6.7

Crew

7.7

Entertainment

6.7

Reviews

1 / 10

I traveled with my 82 y/o mother, who has serious difficulties walking. I purposely booked an aisle seat where she would have extra room to stretch her legs. The aisle was so narrow that my mother could not sleep because she got bumped by anyone walking by her. The crew was sweating, and looked extremely overwhelmed, not a single smile. Our seats were very close to 1st class, but the bathrooms were located all the way in the back. Trying to get to the bathroom walking that narrow aisle was a nightmare. Especially when they were serving the meals, which meant we had to hold it until all passengers had been served. I went to the crew galley closest to me to ask a soda and some ice, and was told I had to go aaaaalll the way to be end of the plane to get them. When I finally made it to the back and asked for a cup with ice, the hostess said: "I hope you are not drinking alcohol"(????). She must have noticed my confused look, so she proceeded to explain that she is used to passengers bringing in outside alcohol and then asking for ice. She further explained that bringing outside alcohol was not allowed. Such disrespectful assumption. The worst: upon landing in Madrid, at around 5:30am, there was no wheelchair waiting for my mother. We were told by the crew to wait on the empty plane because they had requested the chair. We waited a long time. Finally the crew told my mother and I that we might as well start walking, otherwise we would miss our connecting flight to Malaga. The airport was empty, no one to ask for directions. We were getting desperate, until we got to a hall where everyone was running in the same direction. We followed them, my mother limping and in pain. We got to an area where an airport employee was screaming to a very large group of people, but we were so far we could not hear. We just followed the group, and begged a security officer to let us through the line b/c of my mother's pain. We had walked for almost 30 minutes in a hot airport. Madrid takes pride on his huge airport, but they do not have the staff to manage it. I could not believe we were in a EU airport. We were the last ones to board the plane to Malaga. A true nightmare, will definitely try to avoid flying Iberia ever again.

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Useful info, stats and facts about San Jose to Lausanne flights.

What airport do you fly from for flights from San Jose to Lausanne?

For a flight from San Jose to Lausanne, you will be flying from San Jose. San Jose (SJC) is just 2.9 mi from the center of the city. San Jose is the only San Jose airport and it handles 0 outbound flights to Lausanne per day. 0 airlines have flights to Lausanne from San Jose on a regular basis.

Can I find flights from San Jose to Lausanne for under $700 on Cheapflights?

Yes, there are multiple flights from San Jose to Lausanne for under $700. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Multiple Airlines for just $608, but on average you can expect to pay $693.

Are there last-minute flights available from San Jose to Lausanne for under $1,800?

There are currently 5+ open flights from San Jose to Lausanne within the next 7 days for less than $1,800.

What are the cheapest airlines to fly from San Jose to Lausanne one-way?

For one-way options, check prices for Lufthansa. According to our data, you can fly for as low as $896. Users have also found prices from $975 and $1,236 on British Airways and TAP AIR PORTUGAL, respectively.

What does SJC to GVA mean?

San Jose Airport is SJC and Geneva Geneve-Cointrin Airport is GVA. These codes are created by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and airlines use them to identify the departing and arrival airports in the flight routes they service. This flight route has multiple associated airports, so we think it might be helpful to learn the name and codes of them as well. They are Basel EuroAirport Swiss (BSL), Mulhouse EuroAirport (MLH), Belp Airport (BRN).

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