T he national air carrier, Camair-Co, is pursuing its strategic ambition to conquer the African regional market. After spreading its tentacles to eight out of the ten regions of the country, the national airline company is now targeting the regional market with destinations such as Abidjan, Dakar, Libreville, N’Djamena, Cotonou and Bangui amongst others. The extension of Camair-Co’s regional network is intended to keep the company afloat as was recommended by the American Boeing, a consulting firm that carried out an audit of the company. The air company is now focusing on intensifying its national and regional network as its present situation renders it uncompetitive in the inter-continental market. Reason why unprofitable destinations such as Paris has been momentarily suspended. According to information on the company’s website, flight to Bangui in the Central African Republic will be launched on December 3, 2017. Meanwhile, flights to other destinations in the Central and West Africa will be progressively launched from December 15, 2017. Camair-Co has programmed four flights per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The company has also facilitated access to flight tickets for clients as they can buy via mobile money and book flights online. Camair-Co’s internal flight strategy is so far yielding positive fruits. It emerged from the recent working visit of the General Manager, Ernest Dikoum to the West Regional capital, Bafoussam that the company’s monthly revenue has tripled from FCFA 400 million to over FCFA 1.2 billion. Camair-Co, it was revealed, carries out at least 104 flights per week within the country with over 200,000 passengers recorded since January 2017. While the airliner is lay emphasis on the quality of service, its African Regional flights which begins in the days ahead are intended to exploit new grounds before embarking on intercontinental flights.