International Courier & Cargo Service For El Salvador

El Salvador has air, sea, and road transportation options.
El Salvador has one passenger rail service and more than 10,000 kilometers of roads. On the Pacific Ocean, there are two international airports and several seaports.
There is a 40-minute weekday passenger service between San Salvador and Apopa.[1] Of the 602 km of narrow gauge (3 ft (914 mm)) rail, much is abandoned. Four electrified railways serving San Salvador, Sitio del Nio (La Libertad), El Salvador International Airport, La Unión, and the Honduran frontier were announced in November 2013 by the government rail agency FENADESAL.