Trivandrum Airport Guide to Trivandrum International Airport TRV

Trivandrum Airport (TRV)

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The city name in the local language Malayalam comes from thiru-anantha-puram, which means “City of Lord Ananta”.


Trivandrum Airport (TRV) is very well connected with mostly the whole India but also with many Middle-east destinations such as Dubai-International, Doha r Kuwait. In 2016 it handled 3, 881, 509 million passengers.

Terminals + info

Trivandrum International Airport has 2 passenger Terminals: Terminal 1, which operates mostly with domestic flights; and the Terminal 2, which operates with both domestic and international flights.

Transport + info

Trivandrum International Airport is 7 km from city centre and 13 km from the Kovalam beach. TRV airport is well connected with the following transport options: Taxi, Car rental, bus, train and Autorickshaws.

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Contact Information TRV Airport

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Address: Thiruvananthapuram 695008, Kerala
Telephone: +91 47125002832702301


Trivandrum Airport was built in 1932 for the first time but the first flight took off in 1935. During the 70’s TRV Airport started to operate with international flights (adding them to the domestic ones). Originally, Trivandrum city was the Travancore Kingdom capital until 1948, with the loose against Britain.

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Must-see Attractions

The city of Thiruvananthapuram, more known as Trivandrum, was built around 1000 BC and it is still nowadays a symbol of the southern India. Mahatma Gandhi called it the “Evergreen city of India”. The region is touching the Arabian Sea. A good attraction to visit during your trip to Trivandrum is the Sri Padmanabhaswami temple. Built in the 16th century it is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and considered one of the 7 wonders of India. It is built following the Dravidian architecture style and it has a lot of craftmanship.

Ramanayar Palace Museum is close to Sri Padmanabhaswami temple and it has a wide art collection foccused on Oriental art from Kerala. At the museum you can admire the beauty of more than 1.000 paintings, sculptures and fine handcrafts that show the very soul of the culture of the region. The Kuthiramalika Palace is the most iconic example of the traditional architecture of Kerala. If you like the unusual architecture you should also visit the Indian Coffee House in Trivandrum designed by the British Laurie Baker, a pioneer of the sustainable architecture. The Indian Coffee House is a red brick cylindrical building with a spiral shape going up. It is located in the centre of the city and you can stop by to eat.

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