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Cameroon to see commercial traffic from mid-3Q17

Posted 10 July 2017 · Add Comment

Cameroonian operator Camair-Co will launch flights to Bamenda, in the country's northwest, reports ch-aviation.

Flights are due to commence on July 20. The airport with its main 2,500 metre runway currently has no scheduled services.

 

The launch of the new flight is in line with the national carrier's recovery plan, which is focusing in the first instance on enhancing domestic connectivity. The plan, which was devised by Boeing Consulting last year, will then work to expand to more regional and then intercontinental routes.

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