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Taking Thiruvananthapuram to the world

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are an travelling to India as an international passenger, we request you to refer to the guideline for detailed information.

D.O. Letter to Secretary Civil Aviation - Testing - 22 Dec 2022

GuidelinesforInternationalarrivalsupdatedon22December2022.pdf (mohfw.gov.in)

As per the Guidelines for International Arrival published by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, 2% of the total flight passengers shall undergo random testing on arrival. Passengers shall be allowed to leave the airport post undergoing the test. Children under 12 years of age are exempted from post-arrival random testing.

GuidelinesforInternationalarrivalsupdatedon22December2022.pdf (mohfw.gov.in)

As per current guidelines, this testing facility is only for international arrival passengers.

As per current guidelines only 2% of passengers per flight will be randomly tested upon international arrival with free of cost. If such passengers found to be symptomatic or tested positive, shall be managed as per laid down standard protocol.

As per current guidelines, there is no such mandate regarding Aarogya Setu app to be installed during the travel.

COVID 19 testing facility, managed by Micro Health Laboratory is located at Arrival Hall near Gate A1. One registration counter and two sampling booths Thiruvananthapuram International Airport have the intake capacity 1000 tests per day.

In view of the guidelines published by MoCA order number 29017/14/2020-DT dated 10.05.2022 and DGCA order number 4/1/ 2020-IR dated 08.06.2022 there must be strict compliance with COVID-19 protocols at the airport and inside the aircraft. Passengers must always wear a facemask during the journey. 

Frequent announcements are made to ensure that the passengers are wearing a facemask and following COVID-19 protocols.  

Thiruvananthapuram International Airport

Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, also known as Trivandrum Airport, is the second busiest airport in Kerala and the fourteenth busiest in the country. Established in 1932, Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is the first airport in Kerala, and it started its global operations in 1977. Trivandrum Airport was declared an international airport in 1991 by the then Prime Minister V P Singh. In addition to civil operations, the airport caters to the Coast Guard and Indian Air Force (IAF) for their operations.

The airport was awarded the title of the best airport in the category "Best Airport by Size and Region (2 to 5 million passengers per year in Asia-Pacific Region)" by the Airports Council International in the year 2019. Spread over 700 acres, Thiruvananthapuram International Airport is situated at a distance of 3.7 km from the city centre. Strategically located at the southern tip of the Indian subcontinent, it serves as a popular hopping point from India to Maldives and Sri Lanka. The airport's IATA (International Air Transport Association) code is TRV.

Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of Kerala, is also known as the ‘Evergreen city of India’. The city is an attractive blend of a firmly rooted heritage and colonial legacy. It comprises long stretches of palm-fringed shorelines, beautiful beaches, and backwaters. Along with its natural and historical significance, the city is also famous for its ancient temples, making Thiruvananthapuram one of the most admired tourist destinations in India. Various airlines operate regular flights to Thiruvananthapuram from prominent cities of the country. Thiruvananthapuram is well-connected by air to domestic as well as international destinations.