Mali’s transportation infrastructure is regarded as poor, even by regional standards, thus limiting economic growth and development. Nevertheless, Mali has a total of 29 airports eight of which have paved runways. The main airport Bamako Senou International Airport (BKO), which is served by an extensive number of airlines, both domestic and international. Air Mali, which is the national carrier, dominates the market. Mali’s Directorate of Civil Aviation is the national aviation regulating authority in Mali, responsible for air transport matters, while The Malian Ministry of Equipment and Transports is the body in charge of airport management and operation.
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