According to its Director-General, Ernest Dikoum, it is the result of the accompaniment of Boeing Consulting whose recovery plan was approved by the Head of State, Paul Biya.
He made it known on 10 April, before the national representative on 10 April. According to the economic magazine Investir au Cameroun, Ernest Dikoum presented a rather bright situation of the airline which, according to him, registered for the last three months, 40 000 passengers for a receipt of more 2 billion FCFA.
As to corroborate Ernest Dikoum’s presentation, Minister of Transport (Mintrans), Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo’o, told the Senators that Camair-Co is experiencing an “acceptable recovery for some time” through the final acquisition of two Boeings 737.
As a result, the company’s fleet now has five aircraft. Moreover, according to Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo’o, “there has been a significant improvement in the service to domestic destinations. The weekly rate of flight is 70%, the rate of punctuality, 76%.“
For the member of the government, said the magazine, the recovery of Camair-Co is linked to the stimulus plan proposed in 2016 by the American firm Boeing Consulting. Among other things, the plan includes the clearance of a CFAF 35 billion debt, the injection of CFAF 60 billion (half is almost available), the resizing of the network to almost 23 destinations, Fleet with the passage of five aircraft to twelve and the establishment of a technical platform for the maintenance of aircraft on the spot.