Transport in Somalia was generally under-developed as the majority of the runways are unpaved thus making them unsuitable for larger commercial aircraft. In 1989, before the collapse of the government, the national airline had only one airplane. Now there are approximately fifteen airlines, over sixty aircraft, six international destinations, and more domestic routes in Somalia. Private airlines, such as Daallo Airlines, serve domestic locations as well as Djibouti and the United Arab Emirates. Somalia Civil Aviation Authority (SOMCAA) is the body responsible for regulating the aviation industry in Somalia.
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