The new management installed just after the validation of the recovery plan, for its part speaks of a new action plan.
At the result of a Board of Directors held August 22, 2016, a new management team took over the reins of the Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Camair-Co). This is, as a reminder of Ernest Dikoum, CEO and Mefiro Oumarou, Chairman of the Board (PBD) of the national airline. The roadmap of the new duo was nevertheless clear: implement the recovery plan required by Boeing Consulting, called at the end of 2015 to help restructure the company whose debts accumulate to 35 billion FCFA.
In all likelihood, Mefiro Oumarou did not hear it that way and aims to establish new actions, said the Messager of Tuesday, October 4, 2016. “Boeing Consulting submitted a report midterm who insisted much on fleet on lines. Only, there is a second step that is expected, the business plan, “says the PBD. Indeed, the American manufacturer Boeing had advocated among other solutions, to revive the national airline company, the purchase of nine new aircraft between 2019 and 2020 in addition to the five existing aircraft.
Faced with this proposal of Boeing, the PBD is clear: “We do not restructure a business by buying cars. I think you first put the structure in place. You define how you will do to make a quality service. It is from there that you say what kind of vehicle can be adapted to the type of service you want to offer, “says Mefiro Oumarou.
Furthermore, some sources claim that the PBD of Camair-Co simply wants “to avoid working with Boeing Consulting he does not master, in order to have freedoms to unlock the funds for the revival through his new strategic plan. “.