(Business in Cameroon) - On July 21, 2019, Egyptian carrier EgyptAir performed its first flight towards Cameroon. As planned, one of the carrier’s aircraft landed at Douala international airport linking for the first time Cairo, Egypt, to Ndjamena, Chad.
In an official release published today July 22, 2019, the carrier indicated that these flights would add to its current African destinations. Three weekly flights are scheduled towards Cameroon’s economic capital (Monday, Thursday and Sunday).
According to the carrier, these flights will be operated with Airbus A320 that can accommodate 16 business-class passengers and 129 in economy class. The schedule is as follows: Departure from Cairo at 8:15 am to arrive in Ndjamena at 11:25 am and land in Douala at 2:50 pm. The return flight will take off from Cameroon at 2:50 pm; depart from Chad at 5:30 pm to finally land in Cairo at 10:30 pm.