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chief port, Mahajanga, Toliara, Toamasina, Air Madagascar

Antananarivo is the main hub of Madagascarís limited transportation system. In the early 1990s the country was served by about 1,020 km (about 630 mi) of operated railroad track and by 49,827 km (30,961 mi) of roads. The country has 4.5 passenger vehicles for every 1,000 residents. Toamasina, the chief port, handles 70 percent of the nationís foreign trade. Other port cities are Mahajanga, Toliara, and Antsira?ana. Madagascar has four major airports, including the international airport at Antananarivo. Air Madagascar is the national airline.



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