The STEAM Experience: Brussels, Berlin & Beyond
Students aged 14 years or younger at the time of the GLA program will be required to travel as an unaccompanied minor.
Read about these specific airline policies here.
Fly into the airport in London, United Kingdom (London Heathrow Airport, airport code: LHR)
Arrive between 8:00 (8am) and 16:00 (4pm) on the day your program begins
Please note that you will commonly depart 1 day prior to arrive on your program start date.
Fly out of the airport in Geneva, Swizterland (Genève Aéroport, airport code: GVA)
Depart between 7:00 (7am) and 13:00 (1pm) on the day your program ends
The suggested route - usually the most direct, least number of stops, and always leaving from a US gateway airport. Often times, multiple students from the same program will be on this flight, simply because it is a popular route to take. We cannot guarantee that other students will be on this flight, but very often, there are. You do not have to take the suggested route, it is just one option. You may take any flight you wish that falls within the flight parameters above.
British Airways - New York City (JFK) to London (LHR)
British Airways - Geneva (GVA) to London (LHR) to New York City (JFK)
British Airways - Los Angeles (LAX) to London (LHR)
British Airways - Geneva (GVA) to London (LHR) to Los Angeles (LAX)
Suggested Route for Unaccompanied Minors
Recommended Travel Agency Partner
If you are looking for some guidance in booking flights, GLA has partnered with StudentUniverse in order to simplify the process. Regardless of how you plan on booking your flights, we recommend you speak with our travel agency partner first to ensure that you are getting the best deal and that you are booking the correct itinerary per GLA requirements and airline policy.
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QUOTES: 1-2 Business days
HOURS: Monday to Friday 9:00 (9am) to 18:00 (6pm) EST **Closed on weekends.
SERVICE FEES: Booking Fee $30 USD
Please do NOT book your flight until you've received the go-ahead! This will come either in the email titled, "Welcome Aboard! Save this Email!" or in a subsequent email.