Camair-Co made its test flight on Tuesday morning to Bamenda, the regional capital of the Northwest.
Since 1 June 2017, the National Air Transport Company of Cameroon has been redeploying its activities with the opening of new domestic destinations and the launch of a new tariff policy marked by a reduction in the cost of domestic flights. Especially towards the regions of Adamawa, North and Far North.
This reduction in costs, explained Camair-Co general manager Ernest Dikoum, is part of the company’s recovery plan adopted last year under the management of US firm Boeing Consulting and one of the moment is better coverage of the national service.
In the opinion of the users, Camair-Co, which has 5 aircraft, 3 of which exclusively serve the national network, “significantly improved the regularity and punctuality of flights“, with more than 80 domestic flights per month, Which revolves around 100%. In this perspective, other domestic destinations are announced, in this case Bertoua in the East and Bamenda in the Northwest.