Cameroon: Camair-Co has new CEO

Yaoundé, Cameroon (PANA) - Cameroon's Minister of Transport, Robert Nkili, on Friday appointed Jean-Paul Nana Sandjo as the new CEO of the national airline, Camair-Co.

The announcement was made after a special board meeting held in Yaoundé. Sandjo replaces Frédéric Mbotto Edimo.

Prior to his appointment, the new CEO was a member of the Board of Directors of Camair-Co,

Aged 55, Sandjo is an aviation expert, a businessman and current mayor of the municipality of Bazouman in the department of Nde in the Western Region.

The company last month named Habouba Moussa as Deputy CEO.

The national carrier, which is heavily indebted, has faced serious difficulties in recent years. It has only two aircraft and leases planes for its international and domestic flights.

Earlier this month, a Camair-Co plane was seized for a few days at Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris by Aviation Capital Group (ACG), which claimed the plane owed rental fees.
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20 june 2014 20:07:03




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