A couple of weeks ago I travelled to Lyon and Geneva. Due to the French air traffic strike I ended up going via Geneva in both directions, my outbound flight to Lyon being cancelled. No problem with EasyJet about this, and I was able to complete my journey to Lyon by train, returning to Geneva a few days later. I couldn't help but notice, however, that two tickets from Geneva to Lyon, bought from CFF, cost me 76CHF (roughly 73EUR), while two tickets from Lyon to Geneva, bought at Part-Dieu, came to only 56EUR. That's a fairly hefty mark-up being charged by the Swiss for a train they don't even operate themselves! These were standard walk-up tickets in both directions. Any similar examples?