Chennai Airport Taxi : Vandalur, Urapakkam, Potheri, Guduvanchery

Sharman’s Cab Company offers pre-booked Chennai Airport taxi service.
As our tag line suggests we are on time, every time. We offer a very reliable service for your scheduled airport transfers.

Our Chennai Airport Taxi service is to and from Vandalur, Urapakkam, Potheri and Guduvanchery areas

You may talk to us to know more details about our Chennai airport taxi service with our representatives at +919840061594 WhatsApp to SharmansCab.com

Our Chennai Airport Taxi rates are as follows:-

Car Type Rate Includes GST? Airport Parking Fee, if applicable
Sedan

Max 4 Pax

Rs.1000

Rs.750

(till 31st Aug 2018)

NO Rs.150
Tavera / Xylo / Innova

Max 9 / 7/ 7 Pax

Rs.1300 NO Rs.150
Force Traveller

Max 12 Pax

Rs.1500 NO Rs.150

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Some facts about Chennai Airport:
Spread over an area 1323 acres, Chennai International Airport consists of three terminals, The old terminal at Meenambakkam is used for cargo, while the new passenger terminal complex at Tirusulam is used for passenger operations.

Chennai airport is the regional headquarters of the Airports Authority of India for the southern region of India comprising the states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka, and Kerala and the union territories of Puducherry and Lakshadweep. It functions from the ATS Complex within the airport and has 49 airports under its control, including 19 operational AAI airports, 5 operational private / joint venture airports, 5 non-operational airports, 12 military airports, and 8 disused airfields. These include 6 international airports, 15 domestic airports, and 3 customs airports.

Chennai airport is the centre of the southern flight information region (FIR), one of the four FIRs that the Indian air space is divided into. The regional executive director (RED) is responsible for the air traffic services over the Chennai FIR and airport management on ground at the airports in South India. The Chennai FIR includes terrestrial air space above the four southern states and two southern union territories and the oceanic air space of the southern part of the Bay of Bengal and the eastern part of the Arabian Sea. Coordination with the neighbouring national FIRs of Kolkata and Mumbai and with the neighbouring international FIRs of Sri Lanka, Kuala Lampur, and Yangon for air traffic control purposes are being made with telecommunication links (both voice and data). The immigration services at the airport are handled by the Bureau of Immigration.

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