Cameroon: Douala International airport back in business

An aircraft of the DHL courier company has landed at the Douala International airport. Cameroon aviation officials announced earlier today that flights have resumed at the Douala International Airport this Tuesday, March 22 after 21 days of rehabilitation works. Cameroon Concord is aware that the second flight expected to touch down is the nation’s national airlines, the Camair-co to be received by the Minister of Transport, Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo'o. 

Minister Alian Mebe Ngo’o was quoted as saying that "the track is ready for use". The CPDM member of government added that the work which began on February 20 will continue until the end of 2016. Six new baggage belts have been approved by the Airports of Cameroon (ADC), as well as four new tractors handling arranged on the tarmac.

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