Air France flies from Paris to N’Djaména on a daily basis. Ethiopia Airlines serves Addis Abeba, Turkish Airlines serves Istanbul, Royal Air Maroc serves Casablanca, Sudan Airways serves Khartoum, Egypt Air serves Cairo, and Camair-co serves Douala.
Roads are in disrepair and are usually unpaved; there is presently just one paved road, which extends from Massakory in the north via N’Djamena to Guelendeng, Bongor, Kelo, and Moundou. Even though it is the finest road in the nation, it still has many potholes, and since it passes through the center of a lot of tiny towns, drivers should exercise care and limit speeds even while on the major route.
There are numerous border crossings with Cameroon, the most notable of which are at Kousseri in N’Djamena and at Bongor and Lere. Be very cautious, drive defensively, and avoid stopping until absolutely essential. Driving at night is not recommended since coupeurs de route (road robbers) are frequent. They are especially dangerous along the two highways going out of Guelendeng, towards Ba-Illi (where foreigners were assaulted in two separate instances in 2005, killing one Catholic nun) and towards Bongor.