Chad airports are the operational bases of the airlines in Chad that are about the only means of transportation to Chad from the overseas country. The top airports of Chad are the N’Djamena airport and the Abeche airport.
There is news of two more upcoming airports, the Mao airport, and the Mongo airport, which are expected to improve the air transportation to Chad and vice versa.
N’ Djamena being the capital city of Chad must have an airport because the foreign delegates and politically important people who need to travel abroad prefer the capital city. The N’ Djamena airport, the chief airbase in Chad is both a civilian as well as a military airport. The code name for the N’ Djamena Airport is NDJ. There are five major airlines, which ferry passengers to and from the country. These airlines are Sudan Airways, Toumai Air Chad, Ethiopian Airlines, Afriqiyah Airways, and Air France.
The Abeche airport, located in the Abeche city of Chad is the second most important airport in Chad, which has the code name AEH. The geographical coordinates of the Abeche airport of Chad are latitude 13.851388 and longitude 20.850833.
The Chad airports provide excellent transportation to and from the country of Chad, and the airport authorities are accommodating towards aged and disabled passengers traveling by themselves.