MAJOR INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS: Jinnah International Airport (Karachi), Allama Iqbal International Airport (Lahore), Islamabad International Airport (Islamabad), Peshawar International Airport (Peshawar), Quetta International Airport (Quetta), Faisalabad International Airport (Faisalabad), Multan International Airport (Multan), Sialkot International Airport (Sialkot), Dera Ghazi Khan International Airport (D.G.Khan), Gwadar International Airport (Gwadar), Shaikh Zayed International Airport (Rahim Yar Khan)
MAJOR SEAPORTS: Port Qasim, Port of Pasni, Keti Bandar, Port of Karachi, Gwadar Port, Gaddani
RAIL AND ROADWAYS: The Pakistan Railways (PR) network is comprised of 7, 791 route kilometers; 7, 346km of broad gauge, and 445 km of metre gauge. There are 633 stations in the network, 1,043km of double-track sections (in total) and 285 km of electrified sections. The section of the network Karachi-Lodhran (843km) and 193km of other short sections are double tracks, and 286km from Lahore to Khanewal is electrified. The PR network is also connected to three neighbouring countries: Iran at Taftan, India at Wagha, and Afghanistan at Chaman and Landi Kotal. The National Highways of Pakistan consists of all public highways maintained by National Highways Authority under the Ministry of Transport. It maintains over 12,000 kilometres (7,500 mi) of roadways organised into various classifications which crisscross the country and provide access to major population centres. These are not to be confused with provincial highways, which are provincial roads maintained by the respective provinces. Pakistan's national highways include the famous Grand Trunk Road, Indus Highway, Karakoram Highway and Makran Coastal Highway.
EXPORT GOODS: The top exports of Pakistan are House Linens ($3.52B), Rice ($2.25B), Non-Knit Men's Suits ($1.71B), Non-Retail Pure Cotton Yarn ($992M), and Non-Knit Women's Suits($951M)
EXPORT PARTNERS: exporting mostly to United States ($3.82B), China ($2.06B), Germany ($1.78B), United Kingdom ($1.63B), and Afghanistan ($1.18B)
IMPORT GOODS: The top imports of Pakistan are Refined Petroleum ($4.7B), Crude Petroleum($3.29B), Petroleum Gas ($3.24B), Palm Oil ($1.66B), and Scrap Iron ($1.43B)
IMPORT PARTNERS: importing mostly from China ($14.7B), United Arab Emirates ($5.93B), United States ($2.59B), Saudi Arabia ($2.23B), and Indonesia ($2.08B)