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 flies to Paris, N'Djamena, Libreville, Cotonou, Lagos, Brazzaville, Kinshasa, Yaoundé, Garoua, Maroua, Ngaoundere.
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The cabin-bag allowance is 1 piece up to 10 kg. Maximum size: 55cm (length) x35cm (width) x25cm (height)
On most flights, all passengers are entitled to the following checked luggage: 2 pieces x 28 kgs (total). This will be confirmed during the booking process as the allowance is subject to the route being flown.
Online check-in is not currently available.
The airline insists that passengers arrive at the airport at least two hours before scheduled flight departure.
Camair-Co currently flies to a range of cities inside Cameroon as well as select international destinations including Chad, Gabon, Benin and the Ivory Coast. Click below to see the full list of destinations that Camair-Co flies to:
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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.
As of August 2019, Camair-Co operates its flights with the following aircraft in its fleet: