Nearest Airport of Kanyakumari



The nearest airport of Kanyakumari is Thiruvananthapuram. This airport is located at a distance of 93 kilometers from the district of Kanyakumari. This airport is well connected with other major cities of India. Tourists can avail flights to Thiruvananthapuram from Delhi, Goa, Cochin, Madras, Bombay and Bangalore.

To travel to Kanyakumari-Tamil Nadu by air, tourists can reach Thiruvananthapuram Airport, as it is the nearest airport of Kanyakumari. After boarding off in Thiruvananthapuram Airport, tourists can reach Kanyakumari by availing a bus or a taxi. From this airport of Kerala, several flights to the Gulf region are available.

In Kerala, the neighboring state of Tamil Nadu, there are three international airports. Thiruvananthapuram Airport is one of them. There are 2 terminals in the airport of Thiruvananthapuram. A number of international airlines conduct flights from this airport.

Some of the international airlines companies are:

  • Indian Airlines
  • Air India
  • Kuwait Airways
  • Gulf Air
  • Oman Air
  • Sri Lankan Airways
  • Qatar Airways

Facilities Available at Thiruvananthapuram Airport:



  • Rest rooms
  • Shopping centers
  • Telephone with STD/ ISD facilities
  • Tea and coffee maker
  • Trolley
  • Post office
  • Restaurants
  • Snack bars
The airport authority at Thiruvananthapuram Airport takes care of the aged and handicapped people. It provides wheel chair for the infirmed or the physically challenged.

For any detailed query regarding flight booking and schedules, the airport can be contacted at

Trivandrum International Airport
Thiruvananathapuram, Kerala
Fax: 91-471-500428



Last Updated on 9/15/2011

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