Flights to Kottayam

The tourists can avail the air-route to reach the beautiful land of Kottayam conveniently. To reach by flights to Kottayam, the tourists need to reach primarily to the international airports of Kochi or Trivandrum.
From these airports, the tourists can avail the bus or rail services to make their way to the city of Kottayam. A bus ride from Kochi to Kottayam takes only 2 hours while that from Kochi to Trivandrum takes nearly 4 hours. The train journey from Trivandrum to Kottayam proves to be a better one than the bus ride for the same distance since it takes 3 hours.

The Kochi International Airport is the closest airport to the city of Kottayam. This airport receives scheduled flights from other Indian cities like Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Coimbatore and other international airports of Middle East. Few of the domestic and international airlines serving this airport include Air India, Air Deccan, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Silk Air, Qatar Airways, Kuwait Airways, Emirates and Sri Lankan Airlines.

Reaching Kottayam by flights is possible via Trivandrum Airport. This airport is served by numerous flights of Air India, Jet Airways, Air Deccan, Qatar Airways, Oman Air, Silk Air, Air Sahara, Kingfisher Airlines and many more.

To reach Kottayam by cheap flights, the travelers can avail the services of major airline companies like Air India, Kingfisher Airlines and Jet Airways. Flights to Kottayam are the easiest mode to reach this spectacular city of Kerala.

Last Updated on 05 May 2011



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