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Igluski To Offer Flights From Inverness In 2013/14

Igluski To Offer Flights From Inverness In 2013/14

Great news for Scottish skiers. Thanks to a new partnership between one of our top suppliers and Flybe, as of December 2014, Igluski will be offering flights from Inverness to Geneva, opening up a great choice of French and Swiss resorts.

These flights will access the French resorts of Avoriaz, Chamonix, Courchevel, Flaine, La Plagne, Les Arcs, Megeve, Meribel, Morzine, Tignes, Val d'Isere and Val Thorens as well as the Swiss resorts of Grindelwald, Murren, Saas Fee, Verbier, Wengen and Zermatt.

The flights will be available from 21st December 2013 until 21st February 2014, offering a Saturday flight from the Scottish airport to Geneva — the main hub airport for ski holidays to both France and Switzerland.

Check out the great selection of ski holidays from Inverness already available on the site, with prices starting as low as £555pp for a catered chalethotel in Chamonix.

Peak date flights from Scotland always sell fast and with these great flights on sale from today, make sure you get in early.

Written by Charlie Hamilton-Beaufort
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