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About Camair-Co

Camair-Co, also known as the Cameroon Airlines Corporation, is an airline based in the Cameroon is currently the flag carrier of the country. They operate their services out fo Douala International Airport.

In 2006, Camair-Co took over the operations of Cameroon Airlines, the previous flag carrier of the Cameroon, and is based in Douala, Cameroon. The airline commenced operations in 2011 with a inaugural domestic flight from Douala to Yaounde and Douala - Yaoundé - Paris the same day.

Camair-Co has 6 aircraft in their fleet, including: Boeing 767-300 ER, Boeing 737-700, MA60.

Camair-Co fly to Paris, N'Djamena, Libreville, Cotonou, Lagos, Brazzaville, Kinshasa, Yaoundé, Garoua, Maroua, Ngaoundere.

 


 

Camair-Co Fleet

Boeing 767-200ER

Boeing 737-700

Xian MA60-600

Bombardier Dash 8-Q400

 


 

Camair-Co Destinations

      Cameroon   Bafoussam  
          Bamenda  
          Douala  
          Garoua  
          Maroua  
          Ngaoundéré  
          Yaoundé  
      Chad   N'Djamena  
      Gabon   Libreville  
      Benin   Cotonou  
      Ivory Coast   Abidjan  

 


 

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Camair-Co Hub Airport 

Douala International Airport

Douala International Airport is an international airport based in Douala, Cameroon. It is currently the country’s busiest airport, with an average of 1.5million passengers a year.

The airport also runs services for a number of airlines, including Air Côte d’Ivoire, Air France, ASKY Airlines and Rwandair.

 


 

Camair-Co News

8th March 2018

CAMAIR-Co leases a bombardier Dash8-Q400

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.

 

7th September 2017

With the upcoming opening of the Bertoua line, Camair Co will soon service 8 regions out of 10 in Cameroon

On 7 August 2017, one of the two MA 60 in the fleet owned by Camair Co, the Cameroonian public airline, landed on the runway of the Bertoua airport, in the capital city of the Eastern region. According to the management of Camair Co, this was a reconnaissance flight, as part of the preparation for the launch of the Douala-Bertoua and Yaoundé-Bertoua lines.

To achieve this, we learned, the airline has already opened a local office in the Eastern regional capital. Concurrently, indicate authorised sources, the public company Aéroports du Cameroun (ADC – Cameroon Airports), in charge of managing the airports in the country, launched renovation works at the Bertoua airport.

With the upcoming opening of the Bertoua airport to Camair Co flights, this public airline will serve eight regions out of the 10 in Cameroon. Only the towns of Ebolowa and Buea, respectively Southern and South-Western regional capitals, will still be absent from this map of destinations served by the airline, who decided to focus on domestic flights, for the moment, considering the financial difficulties it has been facing since the launch of its activities 6 years ago.

As a reminder, Bertoua is the capital of the Cameroonian region richest in mining and forest resources, but also one of the most landlocked and poorest in the country, based on different official reports.

 

2nd June 2017

CAMAIR-Co buys B737-700s

Camair-Co has taken full ownership of two B737-700s it has been leasing from the Aviation Capital Group for the past six years.

The purchase, which is aimed at easing the airline's monthly cost burden, forms part of the loss-making carrier's turnaround plan as devised byBoeingConsulting. With the two B737s now on its books, Camair-Co's fleet consists of five wholly-owned aircraft including oneB767-300(ER) and two MA-60s.

Under the plan, aB737-400(F)is to be acquired alongsideB737-800s, a maidenB787-8(due in December 2018), and twoDash 8-400s. Negotiations with Bombardier concerning the Q400s have already begun.