Aviation in Chad was dominated by Toumaï Air Tchad (also known as Air Chad) which operated as the national carrier for this landlocked country in central Africa. The government replaced Toumaï with Tchadia Airlines, as the country's new flagship carrier. Tchadia commenced service operations on 01-Oct-2018. The capital’s airport is N'Djamena International Airport which is used both for civilian and military purposes. Chad is a member of the AIP ASECNA for air navigation safety in Africa & Madagascar (ASECNA).
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