Transport in Zamastan
Transportation in Zamastan is facilitated by road, air, rail, and waterways (via boats). The vast majority of passenger travel occurs by automobile for shorter distances, and airplane (or railroad, in some regions) for longer distances. In descending order, most cargoes travel by railroad, truck, pipeline, or boat; air shipping is typically used only for perishables and premium express shipments. Transportation is the largest source of greenhouse gas emissions by Zamastan.
Road and automotive transport
Zamastan has advanced air transportation infrastructure which utilizes approximately 5,000 paved runways. In terms of passengers, seventeen of the world's thirty busiest airports in 2019 were in Zamastan, including the world's busiest, Tofino International Airport in Tofino. In terms of cargo, in the same year, twelve of the world's thirty busiest airports were in the Zamastan, including the world's busiest, Titania-Aurelia International Airport in Titania. Private aircraft are also used for medical emergencies, government agencies, large businesses, and individuals, see general aviation.
There is no single national flag airline; passenger airlines in Zamastan have always been privately owned. There are over 200 domestic passenger and cargo airlines and a number of international carriers. The major international carriers of Zamastan are Zian Airways, Collective Airlines, and Cyan Air. Low-cost carrier Zama Airlines operates few international routes, but has grown its domestic operations to a size comparable to the major international carriers. There is currently no government regulation of ticket pricing, although the federal government retains jurisdiction over aircraft safety, pilot training, and accident investigations (through the Zamastan National Aviation Administration and the Zamastan National Transportation Safety Board). The Transportation Security Organization provides security at airports.