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Camair-Co resumes Douala-Bangui and Yaoundé-Bangui flights

Camair-Co resumes Douala-Bangui and Yaoundé-Bangui flights
  • Comments   -   Friday, 19 July 2019 15:16

(Business in Cameroon) - On July 18, 2019, Cameroonian state-owned carrier Camair-Co resumed its flights to Bangui. According to the schedule, there will be two weekly flights from Yaoundé and Douala.  

The resumption of Douala-Bangui and Yaoundé-Bangui lines occurs two days after the relaunch of the carrier’s regional flights to Libreville.

To ensure its various regional flights, Camair-Co recently leased a Boeing 737-500. Since early this year, most of the carrier’s aircrafts have been grounded for various failures.


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