A small provincial airport in southern India, Trivandrum International is not a place you’d want to have a long stopover. The queues are notoriously long and service can be very slow, especially at peak times. The airport has recently expanded however, with a new third terminal to handle international flights that boasts air-conditioning and Wi-Fi.
The airport serves the Kerala province and many of the popular beach resorts there. Its position on the west side of the southern tip of India also makes the airport a convenient transit point for trips to the Maldives and Sri Lanka or the Middle East, and flights to Trivandrum are available from nearly every airport in India.