Cameroon – Camair-Co: “CFAF 30 billion are already available” for the recovery plan of Camair-Co

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The Transport Minister made the revelation at the end of the meeting held with officials of the US firm Boeing Consulting.

Things seem to be accelerating at the national airline Camair-Co. Transport Minister Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo’o, with his side’s new corporate executive staff, met Wednesday, October 12, 2016 in Yaounde with officials of the Audit Consulting firm Boeing. Americans are, if one believes the meeting participants, working with the new Camair-Co leaders to power as soon as possible move to the implementation phase.

The president has chosen Boeing. Boeing has developed a plan that has been validated. He praised the professionalism of the Boeing teams. Boeing is finalizing the dough to the report, “the minister Mebe Ngo’o.

He announces the actual release of half the amount needed to re-frame the airline of Cameroon. “I am able to tell you that CFAF 30 billion are already available. Boeing will accompany Camair-Co for 18 months renewable possibly in the implementation of this plan, “said the boss of transport.

He contradicts at the same time the information of the President of the Board of Camair-Co, Mefiro Oumarou, who wanted to put aside the recovery plan submitted to the President of the Republic by Boeing Consulting.

This plan provides a network that would allow the filling rate of aircraft on 27 locations, including 9 domestic, 13 regional and 5 intercontinental. There is a proposal to acquire aircraft acquisitions over a period of five years by 2020. This would enable Camair-Co to have 14 aircraft at the end. Boeing also requests the Cameroonian State to inject 60 billion FCFA in the computerization of the company, building sheds, etc.

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