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Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International Airport
Airport
(IATA: TRV, ICAO: VOTV) is an international airport which primarily serve the cities of Trivandrum, Nagercoil, Kanyakumari
Kanyakumari
and Kollam. It is the first airport in the state of Kerala, India. It was the fifth international airport of India
India
declared by then Prime Minister of India, V. P. Singh
V. P. Singh
in 1991.[4] The airport is a secondary base for Air India
Air India
Express The Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International (TRV) airport terminal is approximately 3.7 km (2.3 mi) due west from the city centre,[4]16 km (9.9 mi) from Kovalam
Kovalam
beach, 13 km (8.1 mi) from Technopark Thiruvananthapuram
Thiruvananthapuram
and 21 km (13 mi) from the under construction Vizhinjam International Seaport
Vizhinjam International Seaport
spread over an area of 700 acres (280 ha). There are flights to Middle eastern and South eastern countries from here. Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International Airport
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.[5] In addition to civil operations, Trivandrum
Trivandrum
Airport
Airport
caters to the Indian Air Force
Indian Air Force
(IAF) and the Coast Guard for their strategic operations. IAF have an exclusive apron to handle all their operations. Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport also caters to the Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology which carries out pilot training activities.[6] Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International Airport
Airport
hosts Air India's Narrow body Maintenance, repair and overhaul unit — MRO consisting of twin hangars for servicing Boeing 737
Boeing 737
type aircraft, servicing mostly Air India
India
Express aircraft.

Contents

1 History 2 Terminals 3 Facilities 4 Expansion 5 Cargo operations 6 Other operations 7 Infrastructure

7.1 Air traffic control 7.2 Runway 7.3 MRO facility

8 Airlines and destinations

8.1 Passenger 8.2 Cargo

9 Security 10 Air traffic management 11 Connectivity

11.1 Road 11.2 Buses 11.3 Rail 11.4 Helicopter 11.5 Taxis

12 See also 13 References 14 External links

History[edit] The airport was established in 1932 as part of the Royal Flying Club under the initiative of Colonel Goda Varma Raja, Consort Prince of HRH Queen Karthika Thirunal of Travancore
Travancore
Kingdom.[7] Col G.V Raja, a trained pilot, felt the need an airport to accommodate Travancore
Travancore
in the aviation map of India
India
and requested to Travancore
Travancore
Durbar to initiate the process for establishing an aerodrome. A detailed report was made and presented to the King by Consort Prince in this regard. In 1935, on royal patronage of H.H Maharaja Chithira Thirunal, Tata Airlines made its maiden flight to the airport using DH.83 Fox Moth aircraft under command of India's first pilot Nevill Vintcent carrying Jamshed Navoroji, a Tata company official, and Kanchi Dwarakadas, commercial agent of Travancore
Travancore
in Karachi with a special mail from Viceroy of British India, Lord Willingdon wishing birthday greetings to the Maharaja.[8] The first flight took off on 1 November 1935, carrying mails of Royal Anchal ( Travancore
Travancore
Post) to Bombay. In 1938, the Royal Government of Travancore
Travancore
acquired a Dakota as Maharaja's private aircraft and placed the first squadron of Royal Indian Air Force
Indian Air Force
(Travancore) for protection of state from aerial attacks. After Independence, the airstrip was used for domestic flights with construction of a domestic terminal: T1. International operations were initiated by Air India
Air India
to cities in the Arabian Peninsula
Arabian Peninsula
in the late 1970s using Boeing 707. By early 80s, the then Indian Airlines started service to Colombo, followed by service to Male. Later, SriLankan Airlines
SriLankan Airlines
(then Air Lanka) and Air Maldives (now Maldivian started operations. Followed by Indian Airlines, that started a service to Sharjah. On 1 January 1991, TIA was upgraded to an international airport, making it the fifth international airport of India
India
after Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai & Kolkata. On 1 March 2011, the first flight operated from the new international terminal. IX 536 ( Air India
Air India
Express) from Sharjah marked the first arrival. Air India Express
Air India Express
operated the first departure to Dubai from this new terminal. IndianOil Skytanking is the First company which has introduce to start “Single Man Refuelling” in India
India
, IOSL started refuelling operations At Trivandrum
Trivandrum
in the year 2016 March. Terminals[edit]

The domestic terminal (Terminal 1)

There are two terminals. Terminal 1 is for domestic (except Air India and Jet Airways) and Terminal 2 for international flights and all domestic flights of Air India
Air India
and Jet Airways. [9] The domestic terminal has an area of 9,200 m2 (99,000 sq ft) and can handle 400 passengers at a time. The Terminal 3 (NITB: New International Terminal Building) and the International Terminal can handle 1,600 passengers at a time.[10] The international terminal ground operations are handled by Air India SATS Airport
Airport
Services Pvt. Ltd. and Bhadra International India
India
Pvt. Ltd. It is fully air-conditioned with wi-fi facility. The terminal features spacious lounges, natural lighting with extensive use of glass roofing and better conveyance facilities for passengers. It has three baggage carousels and elaborate immigration/customs facilities. Flemingo, India's first privately owned duty-free operator is managing the duty-free shop at the international terminal. The domestic terminal has basic amenities including cafés, a beer and wine bar, a book-seller, free local calls, phone-recharging points.[11] Into Plane Services fueling operations handled by IndianOil Skytanking. Facilities[edit]

Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International airport
International airport
Terminal 2

Inside Terminal 2

New IATA
IATA
3 Letter code Placed at Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International Airport Terminal 2

Terminal 2 Operational Area

The newly built Terminal 2 has three additional jetways and parking bays to accommodate 8 aircraft. The terminal is built opposite to the current terminal across the runway and is closer to the city side. The terminal, constructed by the AAI and designed by the UK firm, Pascall+Watson
Pascall+Watson
architects, is expected to provide impetus to the development of the IT sector and the tourism industry in the southern districts of Kerala. The international terminal covers an area of 35,000 m2 (380,000 sq ft). It is able to handle the passengers of three Airbus
Airbus
A340s and one Boeing 747
Boeing 747
aircraft simultaneously (roughly 1500 passengers).[12] The annual handling capacity of the terminal will be 1.8 million. The check-in area has a floor area of 950 m2 (10,200 sq ft) and the arrival area 600 m2 (6,500 sq ft). To enable the passengers to check in at any counter, a Common Users Terminal Equipment (CUTE) is installed. X-ray machines are attached to the side of the conveyor belts for faster clearance of baggage. The entrance to the terminal is from the Chaka-Eenchakkal road. A bridge has been built across the Parvathy Puthanar canal to link the new terminal to the Kazhakuttam-Inchivila NH (National Highway) 47 bypass.[13] The new terminal has a car park area that can accommodate about 600 cars. There is a pre paid taxi service counter and foreign exchange(Thomas Cook India) counter on arrivals area.[14] There are plans to build a parallel taxiway, an isolation bay, an aerobridge and an apron in the international terminal, a turning pad, and expand the security area in the domestic terminal. It costs Rs.130 crore.[15] Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport was included in Ministry of civil aviation strategic plan for 2010-2015 to upgrade as Category-A airport by developing to aerodrome CODE 4E/4F, construct parallel runway with taxiways alongside both runways and so forth. Expansion[edit] Further expansion of the airport has been planned with the AAI demanding 82 acres for the construction of a new domestic terminal and other related facilities for Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport. The state government has agreed to acquire 18 acres for the construction of the Domestic terminal. The AAI is planning to construct a new terminal of around 40,000 square metres, which would spruce up the city airport to a 72,500-square-metre integrated terminal. Paper works, including drawing of plans, for the new terminal building have already begun at the AAI headquarters. The plan is to complete the construction of the new terminal within 18 to 24 months after the state government hands over the land to the Airport
Airport
Authority of India. The AAI plans to have a three-storey structure attached to the existing terminal. The elevation of new terminal would be identical to the existing terminal building.[16] Cargo operations[edit] The cargo activities at the Trivandrum
Trivandrum
Airport
Airport
are carried out through the Kerala
Kerala
State Industrial Enterprises (KSIE), a government of Kerala undertaking). The cargo warehouse is on the airport premises. It has a capacity to import 21000 MT and export 27000 MT per annum. In 2010-11 (up to December 2010), the airport achieved MT of import cargo and MT of export cargo. The KSIE is developing a satellite cargo import facility on a temporary basis at the NITB terminal for perishable cargo handling till their final master plan is implemented for developing a huge cargo warehouse on 15 acres of land adjoining the NITB. Major cargo jets such as Emirates has begun flights to Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International Airport
Airport
(TIA) .[17] Other operations[edit] In addition to Civil operations, Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport also caters to IAF and Coast Guard for their strategical operations.IAF have an exclusive apron to handle all their operations. Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport also caters for Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology.The academy has it own hanger facility at the airport.The hanger facility can accommodate 10 trainer aircraft .[17] Infrastructure[edit] Air traffic control[edit] The air traffic control (ATC) tower is 18 m (59 ft) tall.There are plans to build a new 50m tall ATC tower for Trivandrum airport near the new international terminal. The airport has an CAT-1 instrument landing system (ILS), DVOR and distance measuring equipment (DME). The airport is also equipped with an Mono-pulse Secondary Surveillance Radar, Air Route Surveillance Radar and an Airport Surveillance Radar which allows approach and area control of the airspace around the airport and nearby air routes.[18][19] Runway[edit] Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International Airport
Airport
has one runway, 32/14, 3,400 m × 45 m (11,155 ft × 148 ft), equipped to operate any type of aircraft in commercial service other than Airbus A380.It has a 1,880 m (6,170 ft) long parallel taxiway.[20] MRO facility[edit] Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International Airport
Airport
hosts Air India's Narrow body Maintenance, repair and overhaul unit — MRO consisting of twin hangars for servicing Boeing 737
Boeing 737
type aircraft, servicing mostly Air India
India
Express aircraft..The Maintenance Repair Overhaul is set up on 6.07 hectares of land at a cost of Rs. 110 crores it was commissioned on December 16, 2011.. The maintenance of two aircraft can be simultaneously done at the two hangars present at the MRO. The facility is state-of-the-art with 5,000SF of workshop, 10,000SF apron, electrically operated and vertically moving hangar door system, warehouse and office space. The Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul (MRO) facility of Air India
Air India
Charters Limited (AICL) at Trivandrum International Airport
Airport
was given permission to carry out the crucial ‘C’ checks of their Boeing 737-800 fleet.[21] Airlines and destinations[edit]

Flights at Trivandrum
Trivandrum
international airport apron.

Air India
Air India
Boeing 777-300ER parked at International Terminal of Trivandrum
Trivandrum
Airport

An Air India
Air India
Airbus
Airbus
A320 at Trivandrum
Trivandrum
international airport.

Passenger[edit]

Airlines Destinations

Air Arabia Sharjah

Air India Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kochi, Malé, Mumbai, Riyadh, Sharjah

Air India
Air India
Express Abu Dhabi, Chennai, Doha, Dubai–International, Kochi, Kozhikode, Muscat, Salalah, Sharjah

Emirates Dubai–International

Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi

flydubai Dubai–International

Gulf Air Bahrain

IndiGo Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Dubai–International, Goa, Hyderabad, Imphal, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Muscat , Sharjah

Jet Airways Bangalore, Dammam, Doha, Mumbai, Muscat

Kuwait Airways Kuwait

Maldivian Hanimaadhoo, Malé

Malindo Air Kuala Lumpur–International

Oman Air Muscat

Qatar Airways Doha

Saudia Jeddah, Riyadh

SilkAir Singapore

SpiceJet Bangalore, Chennai

SriLankan Airlines Colombo

Cargo[edit]

Airlines Destinations

Blue Dart Aviation Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Delhi, Hyderabad, Mumbai

FitsAir Colombo

Qatar Airways
Qatar Airways
Cargo Colombo, Doha

SriLankan Cargo Colombo

Saudia
Saudia
Cargo Dammam, Hong Kong, Riyadh

Emirates SkyCargo Dubai-Al Maktoum, Hong Kong

Security[edit] Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International Airport
Airport
is listed among the major airports of India. Its safety and security is handled by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security through the Central Industrial Security Force# Airport
Airport
security (CISF). In the past, the airport security was under the control of airport police (under the state government). However, following the hijacking of Indian Airlines Flight 814
Indian Airlines Flight 814
in 1999, the airport security was handed over to CISF. Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport also has advanced security equipment including X-RAY Baggage inspection (X-BIS), Explosive Trace Detection System (ETDS) and provision of an In-Line Baggage Screening system; at the NITB, state-of-the-art Closed Circuit Television (CCTV), Flight information Display System (fids) and Public Address (PA) systems, as well as an Interactive Voice Response System (IVRS) for flight information, are there for passengers' convenience.[17] Air traffic management[edit] Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport is one of the major airports in south India. It plays a major role in the world aviation map, connecting and controlling about nine international air-routes and eight domestic air-routes and provides approach control service to eight major and minor aerodomes. A Terminal Control Area (TMA) is established with a 250 nm lateral limit around Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport and a vertical limit of ground to 46,000 ft. The ATC also provides approach control for arriving and departing traffic and is also an Area Control Centre for over flying aircraft and traffic operating from adjacent airports like Cochin, Calicut, Coimbatore, Madurai and Trichy. Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport is also a major training centre for ATCOs at the induction level as junior executives.The airport on average handles 350 aircraft movement per day including over flying aircraft.[17] Connectivity[edit] Road[edit] Trivandrum
Trivandrum
international airport is connected to National Highway 66 (NH 66) which connects the airport to the city and other parts.The National Highway 66 links the airport with the upcoming Vizhinjam International Seaport .[22] Buses[edit] Buses connect Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport to different parts of the city. Services are mainly operated by the Kerala
Kerala
State Road Transport Corporation which connects the airport to East Fort, Kochi, Kollam etc.[22] Rail[edit] The nearest railway station is Kochuveli railway station
Kochuveli railway station
which is about 5 km away and Thiruvananthapuram
Thiruvananthapuram
Central railway station is about 5.5 km. These railway stations are well connected with different regions of the country.[22] Helicopter[edit] Chipsan Aviation air charter services operating Helitaxi service from the airport to the various locations.[23] Taxis[edit] Pre-paid taxi services are available from both the terminals of Trivandrum
Trivandrum
airport.[22] Taxi aggregators Uber and Ola is with in service area. See also[edit]

Aviation portal

India
India
portal

Cochin International Airport Calicut International Airport Kannur International Airport Sabarigiri International Airport Airports in India List of busiest airports in India
India
by passenger traffic

References[edit]

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Thiruvananthapuram
International Airport
Airport
currently operates two terminals. Terminal 1 handles all domestic flight operations and Terminal 2 handles international flight operations. - Image". Airport Technology. 2011-06-15. Retrieved 2014-05-05.  ^ Rajiv Gandhi Academy for Aviation Technology ^ " Trivandrum
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Tourism in Kerala

Organizations

Kerala
Kerala
Tourism Development Corporation Department of Tourism (Kerala) Gandhi Seva Sadan

Informative articles

Chinese fishing nets God's Own Country Chundan Vallam Kerala
Kerala
backwaters Pooram Puli Kali Temple Festivals of Kerala Tourist Resorts (Kerala) Vallam Kali Wildlife of Kerala

Airports

Aranmula International Airport Sabarigiri International Airport Calicut International Airport Cochin Duty Free Cochin International Airport Kannur International Airport Kollam
Kollam
Airport(Defunct) Trivandrum
Trivandrum
International Airport

Amusement parks

Fantasy Park Kottakkunnu Vismaya Wonderla

Archaeological sites

Anchuthengu Ariyannur Umbrellas Cheraman Parambu Kadavallur Kandanissery Kudakkallu Parambu Pattanam Tangasseri Thovarimala Ezhuthupara

Beaches

Alappuzha Beach Azheekal beach Chavakkad Beach Cherai Beach Fort Kochi
Kochi
beach Kappad Kappil, Thiruvananthapuram Kappkadavu Kollam
Kollam
Beach Kovalam Mappila Bay Marari Beach Meenkunnu Beach Munakkal Beach Mundakkal Beach Muzhappilangad Beach Muziris beach Payyambalam Beach Poovar Shankumugham Beach Snehatheeram Beach Paravur Thekkumbhagam Thirumullavaram Beach Thottada Beach Varkala Beach

Boat races

Aranmula Boat Race Champakulam Moolam Boat Race Indira Gandhi Boat Race Kallada Boat Race Kandassankadavu Boat Race Nehru Trophy Boat Race Payippadu Vallam Kali President's Trophy Boat Race Sree Narayana Jayanthi Boat Race Triprayar Boat Race

Caves

Chovvanur burial cave Edakkal Caves Kottukal cave temple Nedumala caves, Piralimattam Vizhinjam
Vizhinjam
rock caves

Dams

Banasura Sagar Dam Bhoothathankettu Cheruthoni Dam Chimmony Dam Idamalayar Dam Idukki Dam Kakki Reservoir Karapuzha Dam Malampuzha Dam Mangalam Dam (dam) Mattupetty Dam Mullaperiyar Dam Neyyar Dam Parambikulam Dam Pazhassi Dam Peechi Dam Peringalkuthu Dam Peruvaripallam Dam Ponmudi
Ponmudi
Dam Poomala
Poomala
Dam Pothundi Dam Sholayar Dam Siruvani Dam Thanneermukkom Bund Thenmala Dam Thunakkadavu Dam Vazhani Dam Walayar Dam

Festivals

Aanayoottu Aaraattu Aluva Sivarathri festival Arattupuzha Pooram Edakkunni Uthram Vilakku Feast of Saint Raphael, Ollur Gandharvanpattu Ilanjithara Melam India
India
International Boat Show International Film Festival of Kerala Kadavallur
Kadavallur
Anyonyam Kanyarkali Karivela Kerala
Kerala
Adventure Carnival Keralotsavam Kollam
Kollam
Pooram Kottakkal pooram Kottankulangara Festival Machad Mamangam Nalukulangara Pooram Kalpathi Ratholsavam Nenmara Vallanghy Vela Onam Onathallu or Avittathallu Peruvanam Pooram Tattamangalam Kuthira Vela Thirumandhamkunnu Pooram Thrissur Pooram Uthralikavu Pooram

Forts

Anchuthengu
Anchuthengu
Fort Bekal Fort Chandragiri Fort, Kerala Cranganore Fort East Fort Fort Emmanuel Hosdurg Fort Nedumkotta Overbury's Folly Palakkad Fort Pallipuram Fort St Thomas Fort, Tangasseri St. Angelo Fort Tellicherry Fort William Fort

Islands

Dharmadam Island Ezhumanthuruthu Gundu Island Islands of Kollam Kavvayi Kuruvadweep Munroe Island Parumala Pizhala Pulinkunnoo Ramanthuruthu Valiyaparamba Vallarpadam Vypin Willingdon Island

Lakes

Ashtamudi Lake Enamakkal Lake Mananchira Oranju Poika Padinjarechira Paravur Lake Pookode Lake Sasthamcotta Lake Veeranpuzha Vellayani Lake Vadakkechira Vanchikulam Vembanad

Lighthouses

Vizhinjam Tangasseri Kovilthottam Alappuzha Manakkodam Vypin Azhikode Chetwai Ponnani Beypore Kozhikode Kannur

Mountains

Aathanad Agastya Mala Ambanad Hills Ambukuthi mala Anamudi Anginda peak Banasura Hill Chembra Peak Elivai Malai Ilaveezha Poonchira Illickal Kallu Kunnathoor Padi Marayur Meenuliyan Para Nelliampathi Paithalmala Ponmudi Poomala Urakam Hill Vagamon Vagavurrai Vellarimala

Museums

8 Point Gallery Cafe, Kollam Arakkal Museum Archaeological Museum, Thrissur Indian Business Museum Indo-Portuguese Museum Kerala
Kerala
Science and Technology Museum Kerala
Kerala
Soil Museum Munnar Tea Museum Napier Museum Pazhassi Raja Archaeological Museum Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Police Museum, Kollam Teak Museum Wayanad Heritage Museum

Palaces

Aranmula Kottaram Bolgatty Palace British Residency Cheena Kottaram Halcyon Castle Hill Palace, Tripunithura Kanakakkunnu Palace Kilimanoor Palace Kodungallur Kovilakam Kollengode Palace Kowdiar Palace Koyikkal Palace Krishnapuram Palace Kuthira Malika Laxmipuram Palace Mattancherry Palace Merry Lodge Palace Pandalam Palace Punnathurkotta Puthen Kovilakam Shakthan Thampuran Palace Sri Moolam Thirunal Palace Thevally Palace

Waterfalls

Adyanpara Falls Aripara Falls Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls Athirappilly Falls Charpa Falls Cheeyappara Kumbhavurutty Waterfalls Lakkom Water Falls Manalar Waterfalls Marmala waterfall Meenmutty Falls, Thiruvananthapuram Meenmutty Falls, Wayanad Oliyarik Waterfalls Palaruvi Falls Panieli Poru waterfalls Pattathippara Falls Perunthenaruvi Perunthenaruvi
Perunthenaruvi
Falls Soochipara Falls Thommankuthu Thusharagiri Falls Thuvanam Waterfalls Vazhachal Falls Vazhvanthol waterfalls

Wildlife sanctuaries

Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary Chimmony Wildlife Sanctuary Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary Kumarakom Bird Sanctuary Kurinjimala Sanctuary Mangalavanam Bird Sanctuary Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve Pathiramanal Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary Peppara Wildlife Sanctuary Periyar Tiger Reserve Shendurney Wildlife Sanctuary Thattekad Bird Sanctuary Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

Zoos

Crocodile Rehabilitation and Research Centre Parassinikkadavu Snake Park Thiruvananthapuram
Thiruvananthapuram
Zoo Thrissur Zoo Thrissur Zoological Park Wildlife Conversation & Research Centre

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