Cameroon’s air line company Camair-Co has made first flight to Bamenda, North Western Region of Cameroon.
The Bamenda people were filled with joy as the two Camair-Co MA60 aircraft landed the Bafut airport on July 20, 2017. This is in effect the recent establishment of Regional flights in Cameroon by Camair-Co, endorsed by Cameroon’s minister of transport Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo’o.
Camair-Co’s regional flights has already taken effect in Yaounde, Garoua, Douala, and Bamenda and has greatly reduced cost of time traveling from one region of the country to the other especially driving through the Bamenda rough roads.
The General manager of Camair-Co Ernest Dikoum says the 45mins flights cost 32, 840frs and they are devoted to three flights a week from Bamenda, to and from Douala, Yaounde and the other Regions of Cameroon .
Bamenda is one of Cameroon’s main tourist destination, thus regional flights will ease traveling to this amazing destination.