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Cameroon: 18 carriers authorized to operate in Nov 2019- March 2020

Cameroon: 18 carriers authorized to operate in Nov 2019- March 2020
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 17 October 2019 16:49

(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroon Civil Aviation Authority (CCAA) recently published the winter 2019/2020 flying schedule of carriers operating in Cameroon.

For the winter, which will start on November 1, 2019, and end on March 31, 2020, the CCAA has chosen Air France, Brussels Airlines, Turkish Airlines, and Cargolux for international flights. Camair-Co, Royal Air Maroc, Egypt Air, Ethiopian Airlines, Allied Air, Afrijet Business Services, Asky Airlines, Air Côte d’Ivoire, Cronos Airlines, Kenya Airways, Ceiba Intercontinental, Tchadia Airlines, Rwandair, and Trans Air Congo have been selected for regional destinations.  

Cameroon’s sky is increasingly solicited. This confirms that the established security system is consistent with the ICAO,”  the CCAA indicates.

The civil aviation authority invites carriers to respect their time slots and give full cooperation to its inspectors during SAFA (Safety Assessment for Foreign Aircrafts) checks.

It is worth mentioning that the CCAA approved 18 out of the 19 flying schedules submitted for review. It did not reveal the carrier rejected.


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