Moldova - Transportation



In 2002, railroads consisted of 1,328 km (825 mi) of track, not including industrial lines. Highways totaled 20,000 km 12,428 mi) in 2002, including 13,900 km (8,637 mi) of paved roads. Moldova has 424 km (263 mi) of inland waterways. Access to the sea is through Ukraine or Romania. There were 30 airports in 2001, seven with paved runways. Air transport is provided by Air Moldova International and Moldavian Airlines, both private carriers, and a state company, Air Moldova. In 2001, 120,100 passengers were carried on domestic and international airline flights.

Also read article about Moldova from Wikipedia

User Contributions:

1
sofia
Report this comment as inappropriate
Jun 10, 2007 @ 8:08 am
Hell. I would like to know how often you fly from Varna Buldaria to Kishiney and back which days in august and how much around trip. I am a travel agent in Brooklyn Ny planing to go from NY to Varna for 1 week and then from Varna to Kishinev for 1 week I was born In Kishinev Moldova. It will be about 8 or then 10 people. Please let me know ASAP. Or recommend me some websides how and where I can buy your separate tickets. Thanks Sofia.

Comment about this article, ask questions, or add new information about this topic:

CAPTCHA