Camair Co, the Cameroonian public airline, will resume, in the coming weeks, its flights to some African capital cities. These include Libreville in Gabon, Bangui in the Central African Republic, Abidjan in Côte d’Ivoire, and Dakar in Senegal, we learned from authorised sources.
The announcement of this resumption of international activities by Camair Co was recently made in Yaoundé, the capital, during a meeting between the Cameroonian public airline, partners such as travel agencies, and potential clients for these destinations.
This decision from the top management of Camair Co would suggest that the airline is gradually finding back its balance, after several structural and financial issues which have affected its operations since the launch of its activities in 2011. A situation which led the company to temporarily give up on international flights, to focus only on domestic routes.
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