Mainland Transportation.

Mainland transportation system is very important for further Southeast Sulawesi economic development. The improvement and extension of road system will provide to motivate marketable commodities and row materials into and out the rural agriculture production areas, and to the manufacturing and distribution center's.

Until the end of 1998 the length of road is Southeast Sulawesi has been developing about 8,444.78 kilometers.

Ferry Transportation

The rapid mainland transportation activities, which connects Southeast Sulawesi and South Sulawesi, Torobulu to Tampo and Tolandona to Bau-Bau, has an important role for the region economic growth. The Government has a great emphasis of the improvement of this ferry transportation system.

Sea Transportation

There are five harbors visited by ocean-going ship, inter-island ship, local and special ships. There are an also ocean fishing harbor named Kendari Ocean Fishing Harbor as center of fishing industrial activities.

Air Transportation

There are four airports in the region follows:
- Wolter Mongonsidi Airport ................................: Kendari Regency
- Betoambari Airport ..........................................: Buton Regency
- Pomalaa Airport ..............................................: Kolaka Regency
- Sugimanaru Airport .........................................: Muna Regency.
Flight Schedule of Kendari to Ujung Pandang (South Sulawesi) is available daily. This route flight is served by Merpati Nusantara Airlines.

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