Guinea-Bissau is one of the world’s least developed nations and relies heavily on agriculture and fishing. Its transportation sector is underdeveloped. The nation has nine airports, two of which have paved runways. The main airport is Bissau Osvaldo Vieira Airport, which sees approximately four aircraft movements a day. International carriers TACV and TAP Portugal operate to the country. There are no regular or scheduled air carriers registered in the country.
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