Q. When does the last Aer-Lingus Airlines flight leave from Dublin to Trivandrum ?
A. The last Aer-Lingus Airlines flight from Dublin toTrivandrum leaves at 21:10 PM .
Q. What is the average fare for the Aer-Lingus Airlines flights from Dublin to Trivandrum ?
A. The average airfare for the Aer-Lingus Airlines flights from Dublin to Trivandrum is Rs. 59881 .
Q. How much time does it take for the Aer-Lingus Airlines to fly from Dublin to Trivandrum ?
A. The Aer-Lingus Airlines takes 60 hours to fly from Dublin to Trivandrum .
Q. Which are the popular international sectors served by the Aer-Lingus Airlines ?
A. The top international sectors served by the Aer-Lingus Airlines are from Dublin to Cochin .
Q. Which are popular hotels to stay in Trivandrum ? ?
A. The best-rated hotels in Trivandrum are KTDC-Mascot-Hotel .
Q. Which are the top airlines that fly from Dublin to Trivandrum ?
A. The top airlines operating from Dublin to Trivandrum are Aer-Lingus .
Q. When does the first Aer-Lingus Airlines flight leave from Dublin to Trivandrum ?
A. The first Aer-Lingus Airlines flight from Dublin toTrivandrum leaves at 06:15 A.M .
Q. How many flights are operated from Dublin to Trivandrum in a day ?
A. There are a total of 56 number of flights operating from Dublin to Trivandrum in a day .
Thiruvananthapuram, or Trivandrum, as it was conveniently re-christened by the English, is the southern-most district and is the district headquarters as well as the State capital of Kerala. Thiruvananthapuram, built on seven hills, has today grown into a sprawling metropolis; but thankfully the city still retains her past glory and charm, and in spite of the the frenetic pace of modern life, perhaps it is the most sedate of the big cities of the State.
The old quarter of the city clusters in and around the East Fort, a protected landmark that dates back to the Royal days. The rightly famous Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple, the Navarathri Mandapam, where the annual musical fest is held as an offering to Saraswati, the Goddess of Learning, Kuthira Malika, a uniquely wonderful example of traditional architecture and the venue of the annual Swathi Thirunal music festival honoring the composer-king of Travancore are the best among the traditional structures that adorn the Fort enclave.
The Mahatma Gandhi Road, the chief artery of the city, is lined by traditional mansions that proclaim the grandeur of the times past and modern high-rises that testify to the city's newfound affluence and a brashly commercial taste --red tile and timber vying with concrete and glass. What perhaps is special about the ambience of Thiruvananthapuram is the wonderful blend of the strongly traditional, the nostalgically Colonial and the outright modern elements, be it in architecture, in food or in the dress and mannerism of her people.
Trivandrum is well connected with the rest of cities in India. Major Airlines such as Air India, Jet Airways, GoAir, SpiceJet, Jet Lite operates flights to and from Trivandrum to major cities Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi , Ahmedabad and Pune.
Trivandrum International Airport or Thiruvananthapuram International Airport was the first airport in the state of Kerala. The airport is located at a distance of 3.7 Km from the city center. It is a two terminal airport which handles both International as well as domestic passengers.
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