MAJOR COMMERCIAL CITIES: Libreville, Port-Gentil, Franceville, Oyem, Moanda, Mouila, Lambarene, Tchibanga, Koulamoutou, and Makokou.
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Libreville Airport (IATA: LBV, ICAO: FOOL), also known as Leon M'Ba International Airport, is the largest airport in Gabon. Port-Gentil Airport (IATA: POG, ICAO: FOOG), also known as Port Gentil Airport, is the second largest airport in Gabon.
MAJOR SEAPORTS: Cap Lopez, GAmba, Libreville, Lucina Terminal, Mayumba, M’Bya Terminal, Nyanga, Oguendjo Terminal, Owendo, Port Gentil, and Tchatamba Marine Terminal.
RAIL AND ROADWAYS: The Trans-Gabon Railway (French: Transgabonais) is the only railway in Gabon. Major roads are N1 road, N2 road, N3 road, N4 road, N5 road, N6 road, and N7 road. N1 and N2 routs will no longer be considered suitable for current traffic volume, and a new highway is being constructed instead going by the name of Transgabonaise which will stretch for 780km.
EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of Gabon are Crude Petroleum ($4.3B), Manganese Ore ($1.28B), Sawn Wood ($356M), Veneer Sheets ($198M), and Refined Petroleum ($59.3M).
EXPORT PARTNERS: China, Spain, France, USA, and Malaysia.
IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of Gabon are Poultry Meat ($70.8M), Excavation Machinery ($56.8M), Packaged Medicaments ($55.4M), Cars ($54.8M), and Rice ($48.4M).
IMPORT PARTNERS: USA, China, Italy, Belgium, and France.