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local airports, small fields, international airports, Salvador, Honduras

Honduran railroads, employed principally in the transportation of bananas, extend for about 620 km (about 385 mi) along the northern coast. The mountainous character of the country has made aviation an important means of transportation. About 30 local airports, several international airports, and more than 100 small fields are in use. The total length of roads is 13,603 km (8,453 mi). The Inter-American Highway (160 km/100 mi in Honduras) links the country with Nicaragua, Guatemala, and El Salvador. Lake Yojoa and a number of rivers are navigable.



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