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Boeing consulting  recommends Camair Co to acquire nine additional aircraft

Camair Co, should acquire a fleet of 14 new aircraft , according to first recommendations made by Boeing Consulting, recruited by the Cameroonian government to help in the restructuring of Camair Co, Cameroon's national carrier which has been in trouble with countless financial difficulties since the start of operations in 2011 .

The Director General of Camair Co, Jean Paul Nana Sandjo , in an interview confirmed the recommendations and said the air carrier will acquire an additional nine aircraft, to add to its fleet of five aircraft so far, thanks to the two new Chinese MA 60 planes commissioned in January of 2016.

 This recommendation made by Boeing consultant goes beyond expectations of senior management of Cameir-co , who made public a need of up to eleven aircraft to launch the company on the path to competitiveness.

A credit sum totaling 25 billion CFA francs , arranged by a local subsidiary of Ecobank ,for the realisation of the new jets and maintenance equipment will be expanded to 30 billion CFA francs . This financing , will be available to Camair Co after its restructuring and the adoption of a company recovery plan , according to government officials.

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