*TODAY ONLY* Cheap flights are available from Geneva to Manila from just €300/326 for a return trip. These flights are with KLM/SkyTeam airlines. To get these low prices you will need to take two layovers on your route to the Philippines. The second of these can be an overnight layover in Taiwan with options to fly later the following day allowing you to turn this into a multi-city trip! Flights are mainly available in November for this deal. All deals are for a roundtrip and inclusive of all taxes and fees, onboard meals and hand luggage. Checked luggage for an extra fee.
KLM promotion conditions
KLM promo sale is valid for flights in travel period from late October and November 2019. Max stay is for 3 months, though you need to check visa requirements for the Philippines for your nationality. No bag in the hold in the base fare. Fare class is X. This KLM promotion is marked to expire on the 5th of September or until sold out.
How to book
We recommend you first compare the cheapest flights via Google Flights (Guide). The tool gives you an almost instant result and you can easily browse through all the months. You can then book this deal directly with KLM though these prices were found through booking agents recommended from Skyscanner. If interested in this offer you can refer to our booking samples below.
Flights from Geneva to Manila with 2 layovers:
28.10 – 11.11
13.11 – 26.11
19.11 – 03.12
20.11 – 03.12
27.11 – 10.12
Flights from Geneva to Manila with an overnight layover in Taipei:
30.10 – 01.11 – 11.11
11.11 – 13.11 – 26.11
18.11 – 20.11 – 05.12
Some other dates are available. Make use of the calendar options on Google Flights to see if the best dates for you are possible. Use the multi-city option to find overnight layovers
Booking sample of cheap flights from Geneva to Manila from €300 return! Also as per our booking sample, you would depart from Switzerland to Asia on 28th October. You’d spend one night in Taipei from 29th-30th October when you’d leave for Manila. Your return flight from South East Asia to Geneva would be on the 11th of November 2019.