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Competitive Infrastructure



The World Economic Forum places El Salvador’s infrastructure among the most competitive in Latin America and Central American region. A modern port, airport and road infrastructure enable efficient logistical operations, while solid and advanced telecommunications and electricity markets guarantee access to high quality and cost-competitive services.





Highways Network




The country enjoys a modern and efficient road network that connects its main cities and offers a rapid and easy access to the rest of the region. The World Economic Forum has ranked El Salvador among the Central American countries with best road infrastructure.


El Salvador main highways:


·         Panamerican Highway

·         Litoral (Coastal) Highway

·         Longitudinal del Norte (North Longitudinal) Highway


The high connectivity and quality of El Salvador’s road infrastructure facilitates the transport of goods between production centers and ports.




El Salvador International Airport (AIES) stands out as an important regional hub and top class maintenance center for commercial aircrafts.






El Salvador has a versatile port infrastructure able to respond to the needs of freight services in an effective manner.





Actualizado 05/22/2019