Osvaldo Vieira International Airport (IATA: OXB, ICAO: GGOV) is an airport that serves the city of Bissau, the capital city of Guinea-Bissau. It is the only international airport in the country. Osvaldo Vieira International Airport has one runway, heading 03/21, with a length of 10,498 feet (3200 m). The altitude of this runway is 127 feet (39 m). This runway is also one of the three in Guinea-Bissau that are paved.
There is currently only one intercontinental route, flown by TAP Portugal three times a week to Lisbon, Portugal. Senegal Airlines has daily flights to Dakar, while TACV flies twice a week to Praia via Dakar. In December 2011, Royal Air Maroc began a twice weekly service from Casablanca.