PNH - GVA
CHF 793 - CHF 2’191
2 - 20 °C
68 - 105 mm
Hohe Nachfrage nach Flügen, 51% potenzieller Preisanstieg
Am günstigsten im
Die beste Zeit, um günstige Flüge zu finden, 26% mögliche Preisrückgang
Durchschnitt für Hin- und Rückflug in Januar 2022
Hin- und Rückfahrt ab
Von Phnom Penh nach Genf
Spare bis zu 13% auf Flüge von Phnom Penh nach Genf, indem du mindestens 41 Tage im Voraus buchst. Die Ticketpreise nach Genf erhöhen sich ab diesem Zeitpunkt in der Regel. Last-Minute-Flüge vonPhnom Penh nach Genf können etwa CHF 982 bis CHF 982 kosten.
Der Mai ist der günstigste Monat, um nach Genf von Phnom Penh zu fliegen – gute Flugpreise lassen sich für zwischen CHF 726 und CHF 982 entdecken. Der Juli ist in der Regel die am stärksten nachgefragte und auch teuerste Zeit des Jahres, um nach Genf zu fliegen.
Cheap flights from Phnom Penh to Genf start from CHF 558. Anything between CHF 558 and CHF 1’206 is a good price. Flying Phnom Penh - Genf costs around CHF 782.
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