Camair-Co (Cameroon Airlines Corporation) (Douala) added new service to Lyon, France on January 31 from Douala via Yaounde with this Boeing 737-700. The return flight flies nonstop to Douala. Lyon is the second destination in France (and Europe) for the new flag carrier.
Copyright Photo: Camair-Co. Boeing 737-7BD TJ-QCA (msn 34480) was previously operated Enerjet and AirTran Airways. Click on the photo for more information.
Camair-Co (Cameroon Airlines Corporation) (Douala) operated its inaugural flight on March 28, 2011, from Douala to Yaoundé Nsimalen, then on to Paris (CDG) with the pictured 767-33A ER TJ-CAC (msn 28138).
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Camair co-Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Douala) has painted its first Boeing 737-700.
The new flag carrier is planning its first flight to Paris for March 28, 2011. Camair-Co will fly its first Boeing 767-300 named “The Dja” on the flagship route. A second Boeing 737 is expected to join this first 737-700.
The Boeing 737s will be operated on regional routes.
Copyright Photo: Malcolm Nason. Formerly operated by Enerjet as C-GBEJ, the pictured Boeing 737-7BD was ferried from Atlanta to Shannon on March 2. Six days later it was rolled out at SNN as TJ-QCA (msn 34480) in the new color scheme.
Camair co-Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Douala), the flag carrier replacement for defunct Cameroon Airlines, has repainted its first aircraft, a former Cameroon Airlines aircraft, into a more colorful livery. The new flag carrier will be launching operations in 2011.
Copyright Photo: Malcolm Nason. Ex-Cameroon Airlines Boeing 767-33A ER TJ-CAC (msn 28138) is pictured at Shannon now in a more colorful livery.
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Copyright Photo: Trevor Mulkerrins. Ex-Cameroon Airlines Boeing 767-33A ER TJ-CAC (msn 28138) is pictured at Shannon on November 10 with the new titles. The tail logo is a close adaptation to the old logo.
Camair co-Cameroon Airlines Corporation (Douala), the flag carrier replacement for defunct Cameroon Airlines, has painted its first aircraft, a former Cameroon Airlines aircraft.
Camair (Comair-Co) (Douala) is the proposed airline that the government of Cameroon hopes will replace defunct Cameroon Airlines within three months. However the government is still searching for a majority outside investor. The new airline intends to operate Boeing equipment. Former flag carrier Cameroon Airlines ceased operations in March of 2008.