Cheap Flights to Chamonix

Chamonix overview

When is the best time to fly to Chamonix?

Peak Season:

The peak season in Chamonix is a long one, starting from the second week of December and running all the way through to the second week of May. You can find cheap flights to Chamonix around the season if you plan ahead and book in advance. The resort can be extremely popular around Christmas and the half term in February, as well as any other holiday periods during the peak season. You'll find flights to Chamonix a lot more expensive during these holiday times so booking early is advisable to save on the cost of your flight tickets.

Off season:

Although renowned for the perfect ski slopes, booking flights to Chamonix during the Summer time still has plenty of reward. You'll find a cheap flight to Chamonix in the summer, there will be less crowds and there's still a host of activities to take part in. You'll find green hills and meadows that are perfect for hiking, and fishing becomes a popular pastime. Even in the summer though, you'll find cheap flights to Chamonix pricier during holidays and school breaks.

When is the best time to book a flight to Chamonix?

Depending on what you want to do will depend on when to book your flights to Chamonix. If you're a skiing enthusiast then look to book your flight tickets a month before the winter season starts, or at least a month before you intend to fly. You'll find the cheapest flights to Chamonix during the off season in the summer, however you'll still need to book as early as you can to save the most money. If you are flexible with your dates you will have the best luck at finding the cheapest flights to Chamonix, but even with flexibility you should book sooner rather than later to secure a deal on your flight tickets. Try to sit on the left hand side of the plane to get stunning views of Lake Geneva and the French and Valaisian Alps before you land in Geneva, however this is dependable on the weather and wind.

You'll find the cheapest flights to Toronto in May and June, with the price of your flight tickets gradually increasing as the year progresses. Due to the large amount of festivals and events that take place between June and October, make sure to book your flights as early as possible to save some money on your flight tickets. If you can, try to sit on the right hand side of the plane, weather permitting, this will offer you the best views as you approach Toronto.

How long is the flight to Chamonix?

Flights from London to Chamonix (Geneva) - 1 hour 35 minutes

Flights from Manchester to Chamonix (Geneva) - 1 hour 55 minutes

Flights from Birmingham to Chamonix (Geneva) - 3 hours 40 minutes

Flights from Glasgow to Chamonix (Geneva) - 4 hours 00 minutes

Which airlines operate flights to Chamonix?

British Airways, Swiss and easyJet are the main airlines that operates flights to Chamonix, with easyJet being the more frequent flyer. They also offer the cheapest flights to Chamonix due to being a budget airline, however make sure to take into account the price of checked in baggage as they could sting you with a big fee during the summer. You'll also have to arrange for special items such as skis or a snowboard to go on board the plane if you're escaping for a Winter sports holiday and want to take your own equipment.

How to get from the airport to the city centre?

After you've booked your flights to Chamonix, you'll need to book your transport online. Due to Chamonix not having an airport, you need to fly into Geneva, but there are many companies that offers transfers. One great option is to book an easyBus, they are cheap, reliable and frequent, and if you book your flights to Chamonix with easyJet then you can navigate from their website to find their easyBus section. Other than that your best bet is just to search the Internet for transport from Geneva to Chamonix and you'll find site after site that offer transfers. Failing that you could try and get a taxi from the airport but the price will be immense compared to booking a bus in advance. You could also rent a car from the airport, but the snowy conditions aren't favourable to inexperienced drivers.

Chamonix insider information

After hitting the slopes hard, you'll be wanting to feast on some great food. Luckily, Chamonix tops this list of places to eat like a local.

If you're courageous and are at least an intermediate skier, hire a mountain guide and go down the Valle Balance route. Over the course of 17km and a 3000m drop, it's not for the inexperienced but offers some of the best skiing in the world.

The town is great for non-skiers too, with dog-sledding and a sports centre available, along with many fine bars and restaurants.

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