Airport is located at Chacka, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 695008, India, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Airport and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Alex Je

4 Google Rating

Oldest international airport in the state. Well connected by road. Huge parking facility. Flights to

4/ 5

Oldest international airport in the state. Well connected by road. Huge parking facility. Flights to gulf and Far East countries. Connection flights to and from almost all countries.

Dhanush santhosh

5 Google Rating

First 15min parking is free after 15mins for 4 hours ₹100 is charged adequate parking is available

5/ 5

First 15min parking is free after 15mins for 4 hours ₹100 is charged adequate parking is available and to enter the airport hall have to take ₹100 ticket and also should carry a id card

vignesh rk nair

3 Google Rating

Flights charges are higher than Kochi. Poor roads on front of airport. Services are less. Very low f

3/ 5

Flights charges are higher than Kochi. Poor roads on front of airport. Services are less. Very low facilities. Govt were not interested in this airport. They don't pay attention for airport development. #I_support_PPP

Achu P Mathew

4 Google Rating

It is the second busiest airport in Kerala and the fourteenth busiest in India. In fiscal year 201

4/ 5

It is the second busiest airport in Kerala and the fourteenth busiest in India. In fiscal year 2018-19, the airport handled more than 4.4 million passengers with a total of 33,093 aircraft movements. Spread over an area of 700 acres (280 ha), the airport is approximately 3.7 km (2.3 mi) due west from the city centre, 16 km (9.9 mi) from Kovalam beach, 13 km (8.1 mi) from Technopark and 21 km (13 mi) from the under construction Vizhinjam International Seaport. The airport has its name for being the airport which is the closest to the sea among all other airports in India. Trivandrum International Airport operates two terminals. Terminal 1 handles domestic flight operations (except Air India) and Terminal 2 handles all international flight operations as well as all domestic flights by Air India. In addition to civil operations, Trivandrum Airport caters to the Indian Air Force (IAF) and the Coast Guard for their operations. IAF have an exclusive apron to handle all their operations. Trivandrum airport also caters to the Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology which carries out pilot training activities. Trivandrum International Airport hosts Air India's Narrow body Maintenance, repair and overhaul unit — MRO consisting of twin hangars for servicing Boeing 737 type aircraft, servicing mostly Air India Express aircraft.

AVC MEDIA

5 Google Rating

Clean and wonderfu.. Royal Trivandrum.l 😎😎😎

5/ 5

Clean and wonderfu.. Royal Trivandrum.l 😎😎😎

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