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Cameroon: CAMAIR-CO to receive a new 70-seater "aircraft" next March

Cameroon: Camair-co began operating as an aviation transport company on the 28 Mars 2011. Today with an ever expanding demand for domestic flights run from airports or aerodromes, Camair-co reignited the huge dream of becoming that reliable travelling partner. In order to rebrand this struggling company,,the state of Cameroon had to sign a refurbishment contract with the famous American Aviation production company, Boeing.

The state has allocated the sum of 35 billion francs aimed at restructuring the lapses of the company as requested by Boeing consulting Company. The urgent desire to have Camair-co refurbished came as a result of its huge debts, worth 35 billions francs, this includes salaries, logistics and other sundry expenses. Today a Canadian Company has promised adding this fleet by three new Bombardier planes. These three planes will boast the image of Camair-co.

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