Cheapest Airfare: Cheapest airfare from Chennai to Colombo in the next 30 days is 6581 for Air India flight on Dec. 31, 2014
Average Airfare: Average Airfare from Chennai to Colombo in the next 30 days is 9440
Weekend Airfare: On weekends, airfare for Sri Lankan Airlines flight is 11690. Similarly airfare for Spicejet flights is between 7167 to 10594
Chennai is one of the most populous cities in India and known for its culture and tradition. It is situated in the state of Tamil Nadu and is often referred to as the “Culture Capital of South India”. Situated off the coast of Bay of Bengal along the Coromandel Coast is has one of the busiest ports in the country. It has been a hub for trade, commerce and industry and over the centuries it has been part of various South Indian Empires. It has seen tremendous growth and prosperity over the years and seen a rise in commerce across various sectors. Goibibo.com has been instrumental in catering to the needs passengers traveling by flight. Our portal site is easy to use and with our airfare calendar you can easily book your Chennai flights from the comfort of your home. Chennai city is known as the “Detroit of India” due to the large number of automotive component manufacturers located here. It has also been on the forefront of software development and has seen a rise in the number of software companies and business process outsourcing companies in the city. It is a centre for culture and education and is famous for arts and theatre. Tamil movie industry is known as “Kollywood” and is based out of Chennai. You have daily flights to Chennai airport from New Delhi, Kolkata, Mangalore, Bangalore, Cochin amongst other destinations. Rise in demand for cheap flight tickets have ensured affordable air travel between cities. Chennai is extremely well connected by road, rail and air to various cities of India. Air travel has improved high speed connectivity with other major cities from Chennai. The Radisson Blu, which is one of the popular 5 star hotels in Chennai, is approximately 20 mins drive from the Chennai Airport. It is crafted with 162 rooms that are divided into three categories- Superior Rooms, Deluxe Rooms and Deluxe Suites.
The city of Colombo is regarded as one of the most important city of Sri Lanka. Being the cultural and economical capital of the country, Colombo is known for its well flourished trade and a lot of cultural background. The city has a long history of maritime trade and was the political capital of Sri Lanka before Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte.Colombo is a vibrant city which has the flavor of both modern and ancient lifestyle and buildings. The population of Colombo is about 750,000 and it is one of the largest cities of Sri Lanka. The harbor and strategic location of Colombo is the reason for the well flourished sea trade which exists in this region.The city of Colombo has the head offices of all the major companies that operate in Sri Lanka and thus it attracts a lot of people from outside Sri Lanka. Companies like John Keells Hodlings, Aitken Spence, Ceylinco Corporation and many more. The presence of such economic structures makes Colombo important for the entire country.Apart from trade and economy, the city is famous for its cultural background and has the ruins of many of the British era buildings and monuments. There are a lot of museums and art galleries which portray the culture of Sri Lanka, while there are many local theatres which showcase the local customs and lifestyle of the people. The scenery of this city is quite beautiful as the city is located near the sea. Most of the tourists visiting Sri Lanka surely visit Colombo for its beauty and history.For all the aforementioned reasons, Colombo is connected to the entire Sri Lanka and the world with air and sea routes. Road and railways provide for the intra country transportation while there are flights from places like Vancouver, New York, New Delhi etc. to Colombo. The international flights are handled by the Bandaranaike International Airport, while the domestic flight are handled by the Ratmalana Airport. By Vikas Nehra