is the crossroads of Central America, with good highway connections
and easy access to ports on the Eastern and Western part of the U.S.
Recent regional agreements have eliminated man of the procedures at
the borders, while a new computerized immigration and customs system
offers an uninterrupted flow of goods and services.
- The strategic location of the country allows:
- Contact with Miami, Houston and New Orleans in three hours by air.
- Contact with any maritime port I the Gulf Area and Miami in four
- The growth of the seafood industry in the Caribbean has created a demand
for port and storage facilities, which offers excellent opportunities for investment.
- Puerto Cabezas, on the Caribbean, the most important center in the
country for shrimp and lobster has daily cargo flights to Miami.
- Corinto, the main port on the Pacific, offers ample
storage facilities, handles containerized freight, liquid and bulk
- The International Airport in Managua can receive planes as large as a
Boeing 747, and handles an average of 15,000 passengers and 600,000 of air freight, per
- 40 weekly international flights arrive in Managua, Bluefields, Corn
Island and Puerto Cabezas. The mining town of Siuna and Rosita are served by domestic
- There re daily cargo flights to Miami and Costa Rica.
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