An MA60 aircraft of the Cameroonian airline, Camair-Co, will land at the airport of Bamenda, the regional capital of the Northwest, located in the anglophone part of Cameroon.
According to Investir au Cameroun magazine, on 12 July, the DG of the Cameroonian public airline and the governor of the North-West region received assurances that everything was ready at the airport in Bamenda. Within this airport infrastructure, to host the inaugural flight from Camair-Co.
A struggling public company, Camair-Co had to temporarily abandon international flights and concentrate on domestic routes. A decision that was accompanied by the rehabilitation and equipment of some airports in the country, once abandoned.
The first reconnaissance flight of the national company Camair-Co to Bamenda took place on Tuesday 4 July. The MA60 registered TJQDB took off from the international airport of Douala at approximately 10:00 AM. After 45 minutes of flight, the aircraft piloted by the captains Martin TOPE and NJEUPWOUO Boris, made a successful landing on the 18 runway of the airport of Bamenda.
Camair-Co will serve Bamenda three times a week: Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Passengers will have to disburse from XAF 32,000 round trip, reports the company’s sales department. After Garoua, Maroua, N’Gaoundéré, Yaoundé, Douala, Bafoussam, and Bamenda today, CAMAIR-CO is ambitious in the near future to serve Bertoua, capital of Eastern Cameroon.