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Cameroon could soon have the third international airport after Douala and Yaoundé.
Rehabilitation works are ongoing, according to Allabira Mamadou, deputy General Manager of Cameroon Civil Aviation Authority.
As part of the preparations, the country’s air transport management body recently acquired two fire-fighting trucks and two pick-ups. French made, the equipment cost about 1.5 billion francs CFA, according to a reliable source in the corporation, said Le Quotidien de l’Economie.
With a capacity of 6,100 litres of water and 800 litres of foaming agent, the trucks were handed to the authorities on March 28 in Douala.
Meanwhile, Turkish Airlines had already expressed its desire to fly from Maroua to Istanbul, according to the Governor of the Far North region, Awa Fonka Agustine.