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CAMAIR-Co leases a bombardier Dash8-Q400

CAMAIR-Co leases a bombardier Dash8-Q400
  • Comments   -   Tuesday, 27 February 2018 17:42

(Business in Cameroon) - CAMAIR-Co has leased a 70-seat Dash8-Q400 bombardier from Abu Dhabi Aviation. The Bombardier will join the Cameroonian company’s fleet in the coming days, internal sources revealed.

This new plane will bring the number of planes to six in the airlines’ fleet. Indeed, the firm currently has a Boeing B767-300 which is being repaired, two Boeing B737 and two Chinese MA60) and is barely taking off after years of financial difficulties.   

According to our sources, before the end of 2018, the company will also receive another aircraft from the same manufacturer. This will boost CAMAIR-Co’s activities. It will then be ready for the AFCON 2019 Cameroon will host.

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