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CAMAIR-Co to receive the first Dash8-Q400

Business in Cameroon | Today, May 16, 2018, Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Camair-Co), the public airline company will receive one of the two Dash8-Q400 it leased from Abu Dhabi Aviation, according to reliable sources.

With this 70-seat plane, Cameroon will have six planes in its fleet (actually constituted of a Boeing B767-300, two Boeing B737 and two MA60).

With the Dash8-Q400 expected by the end of this year, the public airline company which is gradually recovering thanks to a recovery plan will be ready to boost its activities by launching two new destinations in Africa.

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3 comments

  1. Na 70-seater bus-like plane???? Make wind no blow’am fo air ohh!!!

  2. Empty vessels call Ethiopia a hungry people or country. See their planes and
    airport, in the ranks of China, US.
    Anyway, na shithole country sef..

  3. This in an excellent aircraft by an aged nanufacturer. However, many travelers are unfamiliar with engines without cowlings in medium-long distance flights. At full speed, that jolly propeller blade has huge kinetic energy, is not shrouded and if it broke off, then the air frame/passengers would be in greater danger!