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Air
Tamilnadu has a sound Airways facility to connect with all major countries. Chennai International Airport at Tirusulam, Coimbatore International Airport at Peelamedu are the two international Airports in Tamil Nadu.The Chennai Airport has two terminals, Kamaraj Terminal and Anna Terminal for domestic and International services respectively. Major airlines like Indian Airlines, Spice Jet, Kingfisher Airlines, Sri Lankan Airlines, Jet Lite, Silk Air, Air Arabia, Paramount Airways and Jet Airways operate flights out of Coimbatore Airport. Other Major Airports include, Tuticorin Airport at Vakaikulam, Madurai Airport in Madurai City, Selam and Tiruchirappalli.

Rail
The state has well settled railway lines to all over India.It has railway track length of 6,693-kms and there are 690 railway stations. Chennai is the headquarters of Southern Railway. Egmore Junction and Chennai Central Station are the important stations in Chennai, Interstate trains originate from Chennai Central Station.Coimbatore also has two major stations named Coimbatore junction and North Coimbatore station. Tiruneveli is busiest railway station in Tamil Nadu.Madurai is another important railway junction of the Southern Railway.Selam, Erode Junction, Kodai Road, Mayiladuthurai etc are the few other stations in Tamilnadu. 

Road
Tamilandu has nearly 1.70 lakh kms length of road network. Private bus operators connect the important cities and Govt Buses perform the entire south. The inter state buses by State Express Transport Corporation connect Tamilnadu with neighboring states like Kerala and Karnataka. The state has thousands of buses though different routes which helps to connect small villages and towns with the city and the charges are also very nominal.

Port
Tamilnadu has two major ports named Chennai Port and ThoothukudiPort. Chennai port is the third oldest port in Tamilnadu. It has completed 126 years of brilliant service in the nation's marine trade. It has Terminal Shunting Yard and running their own Railway operations inside the harbour. The state has two intermediate ports at Cuddalore and Nagapattinam and twelve are Kattuppalli, Ennore, Thiruchopuram, PY-3 Oil field, Tirukkadaiyur, Pamban, Rameswaram, Valinokkam, Punnakkayal, Manappad, Kanyakumari and Colachel


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