Trivandrum International Airport is the principle airport for passengers flying to Kerala province in India, although it also serves as a transit point for flights destined to Sri Lanka, the Middle East and the Maldives. It is a relatively small airport just under four miles (6km) from Thiruvananthapuram (previously known as Trivandrum).
Trivandrum International Airport is not an ideal airport as queues are generally long and service isn't that efficient. However, the international terminal boasts both WiFi and air-conditioning.
3.7 miles (6km) from Thiruvananthapuram
Getting to the city
There is no train or subway service to Trivandrum Airport, though there are train connections in Thiruvananthapuram to other cities in India. The KSRTC Bus service runs from outside the International Terminal to bus terminals at East Fort, Kochi and Kollam, among other stops. Several hotels in the Thiruvananthapuram area offer private shuttles for guests, and there is a prepaid taxi desk in the baggage claim area with fares listed to various destinations.
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Car rental companies operate at the airport, but it's a good I idea for foreigners to hire a driver along with a vehicle, as road conditions in India are quite challenging.
There are taxis available outside the airport terminal.
Transfer between terminals
The terminals are close enough together for you to walk from one to the other.
The airport has ATMs and currency exchange facilities, baggage trolleys and baggage wrapping, mobile charging, duty free shopping, and some cafes and restaurants.
The airport has short and long-term parking areas.
WiFi is available in the International Terminal.
The International Terminal houses a Business Class lounge, but otherwise no conference or business facilities are available.
Trivandrum Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.