Cameroon Airlines Corp. (Camair-Co) told ATW it is planning to order up to three Boeing 787s and three Chinese MA60 turboprops.
Cameroon Airlines Corp. (Camair-Co) told ATW it is planning to order up to three Boeing 787s and three Chinese MA60 turboprops. Camair-Co, which launched operations in March 2011, was created as the successor to Cameroon Airlines. Today it serves 12 destinations using two leased Boeing 737-700s and a purchased Boeing 767-300ER. “We are finalizing the 787 purchase contract right now,” Camair-Co CEO Alex Van Elk told ATW at the African Airlines Association annual general ...
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