KANNUR Airport Assistance - Airport Meet & Greet

Redefining Airport Assistance Services, we at JODOGO aim to make your experience at the Kannur Airport smooth, hassle-free and one worth remembering. Our team, expertized at giving you a notable and luxurious VIP-like experience from the moment you step into the airport until you reach the destination, takes care of all the travel formalities, be it international or domestic, while you can sit back and relax.

Kannur International Airport , is an airport serving the North Malabar region of Kerala, Kodagu and Mysore districts of Karnataka and Mahé district of Puducherry in India. The airport opened for commercial operations on 9 December 2018.

Book from a wide range of services we have to offer at JODOGO such as, Meet and Greet Services, Airport Lounges, Baggage Handling Services, Fast Track (Passport and Customs) Assistance Services, Priority Check-in, Airport Transfers to name a few.


Discover Kannur Airport

It is located 28 km (17 mi) east of Kannur town, and 24 km (15 mi) east of Thalassery town, near the municipality of Mattannur in Thalassery taluk of Kannur district in Kerala. It is owned and operated by Kannur International Airport Limited (KIAL), a public–private consortium.

The airport could serve one million passengers in just nine months since commercial operations began. Amidst the COVID-19 crisis the greenfield airport could maintain stable growth and it achieved the milestone of two million passengers in the twenty-third month of operations in November 2020.

The first aircraft to land was an IAF (Indian Air Force) aircraft that touched down at the airport on 29 February 2016. The first trial passenger flight operation was conducted on 20 September 2018 using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft from Air India Express. On the inaugural day, 9 December 2018, an Air India Express flight IX 715 (Boeing 737-800) took off to Abu Dhabi at 10:13 (IST), becoming the first commercial passenger aircraft to depart from Kannur International Airport.

Due to Covid-19 and the need to follow strict guidelines set by the Government of India, Kannur Airport has a few rules and regulations set to be followed by its staff and passengers. Each passenger and personnel should wear a mask at all times. Sanitisation and deep cleaning of frequent touch areas in the airport are done regularly to ensure maximum safety. Plexiglas have been installed in information desks and areas which involve interactions. It is recommended by the airport to have travel insurance covering health care and treatment expenses for Covid-19, Passengers also must also have a "fit to fly" health certificate that is a medical certificate with a laboratory result indicating that Covid-19 is not detected. The test must be done by RT-PCR technique and the result must be issued within 72 hours before travelling .

Book your airport assistance services with JODOGO now to avail a smooth, hassle and worry-free experience at Kannur Airport with our professional service.

Things to Do During a Layover or Transit :

Sit back and relax, grab a bite to eat or catch up on last minute work at the Pearl Lounge in the International departures area. Offering relaxed seating, a hot or cold food and beverage selection, free Wi-Fi and entertainment options, this 347 square meter space is dedicated to your comfort and service.

  1. Enjoy the comfort of our Pearl Lounge in the Domestic departures area.
  2. With relaxed seating, a hot or cold food and beverage selection, free Wi-Fi and entertainment options,
  3. The lounge is built to help you unwind or catch up on work before you fly.

Stay Connected

Wherever you are at Kannur Airport Terminal, there is free wireless internet access (WIFI) for everyone.

Treat Your Tastebuds

You can find a great choice of Kerala snacks, all day snacks and beverages

Art And Culture

In the 14th and 15th centuries, under the Kolathiri Rajas, Thaliparambu became a famous centre of learning, enlightenment and culture. Rajadhiraja temple at Taliparamba had a major role in this.

Places Of Interest

Kannur range from forts, beaches, museums and much more. The enchanting sandy beaches lined with evergreen coconut palm groves at Payyambalam, Muzhappilangad, Dharmadam, St. Angelo's Fort, Thalassery Fort, and Bakel fort as well as Snake Park at Parassinikadavu are a few of these.


The airport has an integrated passenger terminal for both international and domestic travellers with a floor area of 97,000 m2 (1,040,000 sq ft) for arrival and departure separately. It is able to handle up to 2,000 passengers during peak hours with its unique swing facility. It features six aerobridges with 48 check-in counters, 32 emigration counters, 16 customs counters, four conveyor belts and access control inside the terminal. The passenger terminal will use the swing facility. The international gates are used for domestic operations when there are no international flights. The passenger terminal building has a double skin aluminium roofing system and efficient LED lighting adopting the green building concept.


If you need assistance at the Kannur Airport, we at JODOGO are always ready to help. With our airport assist services, you can save time and explore instead of standing in queues and missing out on experiencing the activities Kannur Airport has to offer to its passengers. Enquire by contacting JODOGO directly at

+1(325) 225 5550 or book the services you want through the request form, after which you will receive a confirmation call from our representatives as soon as possible.

Book special assistance services at Kannur Airport


JODOGO fast track airport assistance service providers help travelers to enter priority lanes to skip the waiting queue during airport procedures. This scheme assists passengers to navigate the airport security process quickly, and get some time to relax before flying again.

Please note that fast track services at each airport vary depending on the specific rules of airports, airlines and countries.

Being one of the busiest airports in the world, the formalities, customs, and security procedures will require passenger(s) to wait in queues for a long period of time, making it hectic and tiresome. When you opt for JODOGO’s assistance services, there will be no more of this as our representative assigned to you will take care of everything from meeting you at the airport entrance and doing all the formalities for you so that you can be comfortable and leave all the work to us.

To avail Fast Track services at Kannur Airport, make sure you request for it through the request form.


Kannur Airport has Integrated Terminal Building catering to both domestic and international arrivals and departure

For Domestic Flights, check in counters will be opened 120 minutes prior to departure and passengers are advised to arrive accordingly. Check-in counters of domestic flights close 45 minutes prior to departure time.

For International Flights, please arrive 180 minutes prior to departure for check-in and security screening. Check-in counters of International flights close 60 minutes prior to departure time.

Each passenger and personnel should wear a mask at all times. Personnel working in the waiting areas for transit/transfer operations shall wear personal protective equipment.

Passengers also must also have a "fit to fly" health certificate that is a medical certificate with a laboratory result indicating that Covid-19 is not detected. The test must be done by RT-PCR technique and the result must be issued within 72 hours before travelling.

Explore Kannur

The Kannur Lighthouse is located near the Payyambalam Beach, a few kilometers from Kannur town, in Kerala state, south India. It is adjacent to the Sea View Park and the Government Guest House. The lighthouse is still active and overlooks the Arabian Sea. Cannanore is the old English name for the town named Kannur. The lighthouse at Kannur is still often referred to as the Cannanore lighthouse.

Kannur is the birthplace of looms and immortal ritual folklore (team and folk music, etc.) and has always been a fascinating place. Land of looms and toys is also an attractive place in Kannur in Kerala. This historic area of Kerala has many attractions, including beaches, temples, hills, and other monuments. Kunnar is one of the most beautiful places in Kerala and is worth the time you will spend here.

Passenger Meet and Greet services offered by us at JODOGO will include a representative who will welcome you with a name board (a bouquet of flowers on request) and help you with everything from luggage handling, lounge access, etc.

  1. PAITHALMALA :Nestled in the Western Ghats, the peak Paithalmala is a wonderful destination for those who like trekking. The trek takes you through dense forests and opens up to a wide expanse that goes to the Paithalmala peak. Trekkers also can have a dip in the cool waters of Ezharakundu Waterfalls on the way. One of the highest peaks in Kannur which is about 4500 ft above sea level.
  2. MUZHAPPILANGAD BEACH : The only drive in Kerala. Considered as a swimmers paradise, this is the perfect beach to relax and be soaked in bliss. The beach is well maintained and clean. One can also partake in adventure sports like paragliding, parasailing and micro light flights along with water sports, power boating or a simple catamaran ride.
  3. ST.ANGELO FORT : The magnificent fort was built in 1505by Dom Francisco de Almeida, the first Portuguese victory of India, /the ownership of the fort has changed hands several times. In 1663, the Dutch captured it. They subsequently gave the fort its present appearance. The Dutch sold the fort to the Arakkal Royal family in 1772. The British conquered it in 1790 and used it as one of their major military stations on the Malabar Coast. It is fairly well preserved as a protected monument under the Archeological Survey of India. A painting of this fort and the fishing ferry as a background is on display at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Kunjali Marakkar’s head was removed from his body and exhibited in the fort after his execution.
  4. ARAKKAL MUSEUM : The Arrakkal Museum is a museum dedicated to the Arakkal family, the only Muslim royal family in Kerala, India. The museum is actually a section of the Arakkalkettu (Arakkal Royal Palace). The durbar hall section of the palace has been converted into a museum.