Yaoundé - 22 October 2019 -

Egyptair, Air Algérie, Air Sénégal, Arik Air and Tropical Air Gabon aims for Cameroonian skies

Egyptair, Air Algérie, Air Sénégal, Arik Air and Tropical Air Gabon aims for Cameroonian skies
  • Comments   -   Friday, 22 March 2019 17:53

(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroonian Civil Aviation Authority CCAA announced airlines such as Egyptair, Air Algérie, Air Sénégal, Arik Air and Tropical Air Gabon are all aiming for Cameroonian sky.

Authorization will be given by the Committee in charge of approving programs of scheduled international air services operated by airlines serving Cameroon.

For the time being, CCAA says, 19 scheduled airlines will provide services to Cameroon during the 2019 summer season, from March 31 to October 19, 2019. These include Air France, Asky, Royal Air Maroc, SN Brussels, Rwandair, Kenya Airways, Turkish Airlines, among others.

Compared to the previous season (winter 2018-2019), two new airlines joined the 17 that were operating scheduled flights to Cameroon. These are Chadia Airlines and Solenta Aviation Gabon.

“This attractiveness to Cameroon as a destination testifies to the reliability of the aviation safety and security oversight system in place in our country,” said the Aviation Authority.

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