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Amazing deal: Philadelphia to Amsterdam, Netherlands /Brussels, Belgium / Zurich, Switzerland /Dublin, Ireland flight roundtrip as low as $432.

DEPART:
Philadelphia, USA

ARRIVE:
Amsterdam, Netherlands /Brussels, Belgium / Zurich, Switzerland /Dublin, Ireland

RETURN:
Philadelphia, USA

AVAILABILITY: 

To Amsterdam 
Departures: October – mid of December, January – March
Returns: October – mid of December, January – March

Lowest price in October – November (Tuesday, Wednesday departures), allow 6 days for trip to get the lowest price.

To Brussels
Departures: October – mid of December, January – March
Returns: October – mid of December, January – March

Lowest price in October 21 – November 4 (departures), allow 6 days for trip to get the lowest price.

To Zurich
Departures: November (excludes Sundays)
Returns: November

Allow 6 days for trip to get the lowest price.

To Dublin
Departures: September – October
Returns: September – October

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