The Director-General of Camair-Co, Ernest Dikoum, made a commercial tour in the chief towns of the three regions of the northern part of Cameroon.
In the Cameroon airlines Corporation stimulus plan (Camair-Co), the management of this national company has launched a new tariff policy that takes into account the purchasing power of the populations. For example, from 01 June 2017, the rates applied from Douala and Yaoundé to the far north will be different from those departing from the far north.
In order to communicate this new pricing policy, Camair-Co Director-General Ernest Dikoum, during the current week, conducted a commercial tour of the regions of Adamawa, North and Far Notth Regions.
In Ngaoundere-Adamawa, on Monday, May 22, 2017, Ernest Dikoum, was received at the airport by the governor of the Adamawa Region. This was followed by a working session with local authorities and customers. The opportunity was given to Ernest Dikoum in the framework of a forum of exchange, to answer the questions of the audience. He was able to confirm to one of the interlocutors that it is indeed Boeing which works with Camair-Co as part of its revival.
The visit continued on the following day to Garoua, where the Director-General was also received by the Governor of the Northern Region, followed by a visit to the Government Delegate, an exchange meeting with customers from the North and an encounter with the Lamido.
The tour was concluded last Wednesday in Maroua with a meeting with Cavayé Yeguié Djribril, the President of the National Assembly at his home. The NAP, after appreciating the regularity and punctuality efforts he has personally experienced over the last few months on board Camair-Co flights, has asked the Director-General to return to the Cameroonians the pride of having an airline like in the past. According to our sources, Cavayé Yeguié Djibril told the Director-General of Camair-co that a few years ago he would rather die in a Camair plane (the ancestor of Camair-co) than die in a foreign company plane.
Camair-co, which owns a fleet of five aircraft, now offers more than 80 flights across the country.