India's largest air traffic control centre directs the dozens of flights which travel through Chennai International Airport (MAA). As India's fourth busiest airport, Chennai International Airport (MAA) sprawls across three separate suburban areas located about 19kms southwest of Chennai, the South Indian metropolis formerly known as Madras.Don’t Miss
In 2015, more than 14 and a half million passengers used Chennai International Airport (MAA). This means the airport will soon reach the maximum capacity of its existing domestic and international terminals, which are respectively called the Kamaraj and Anna terminals. A third terminal, Meenambakkam, handles cargo operations.
Chennai International Airport (MAA) is the first Indian airport where the international and domestic terminals are conveniently located next to each other. The building which links the Anna and Kamaraj terminals contains a restaurant and the airport's administrative offices.
Chennai International Airport (MAA) features designated first aid and childcare rooms in addition to a lost and found area, a post office, public television sets, mobile chargers, currency exchanges, wireless internet access, an executive lounge, and even a spa facility with a massage chair.
In addition to the restaurant at the link building between the Anna and Kamaraj terminals, passengers at Chennai International Airport (MAA) can also eat at a snack bar, sweet shops, bakeries, a juice shop, or many more restaurants where noodles and soup are just a couple of the many tasty menu items.Shopping
The shops at Chennai International Airport (MAA) include not only duty-free shops, but also stores that offer leather products, pearls, branded footwear, and even tea. The airport also includes a book shop, kiosks which sell newspapers and magazines, and a pharmacy.