Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Cameroon - Camair-Co: Air transport returns to Lagos, Nigeria for the first time after three years

CIN| Since Saturday, June 23, 2018, the national airline based in Douala offers three flights per week (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays) to the largest city in Nigeria. The line is operated in Boeing B737 and Q400. Camair-co offers return tickets from 299 820 XAF from Douala and 319 820 XAF from Yaoundé.

The company offered a gala dinner to the Nigerian community of Douala last Sunday to announce the good news. For Camair-Co's chief executive, Ernest Dikoum, quoted by Cameroon Tribune on newsstands on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, the company plans to go further in the conquest of the Nigerian sky. Thus, after the "new beginning" that represents the return to Lagos of Cameroonian planes, the cities of Enugu, Abuja, Port-Harcourt, etc. are targeted.

Ernest Dikoum is also committed to the potential customers, to provide a quality service to users. Speaking of customers, the company could have a lot in Douala, city which, reminder of the delegate of the Government with the Urban Community, shelters "a strong concentration" of nationals of Nigeria.

"It is good that we can improve the mobility of people and goods," said Dr. Fritz Ntonè Ntonè. Other information collected Sunday evening: the open line to Lagos could, within two months, extend to Bamako (for a Douala-Lagos-Bamako return).

With an active fleet of 05 aircraft, Camair-Co now offers nearly 150 flights a week on its domestic network which includes Bafoussam, Bamenda, Douala, Garoua, N'Gaoundere, Maroua. Since 23 June 2018, Cameroon's national airline has also strengthened its connections to the North region.

Camair-Co now offers a daily flight every day of the week to Garoua International Airport. The line is operated by Boeing B737 NG.