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Direct flights will soon be opened between Banjul and Yaounde, Douala or Banjul, allowing Camair Co, the national airline of Cameroon and Gambia Bird intensify their respective networks.
This was the assurance given by the Cameroonian Minister of Transport, Robert Nkili, who recently signed, in Yaoundé, an aviation agreement with Abdoullie Sallah, Secretary to the Cabinet.
According to the two signatories, the agreement will not only allow a more fluid movement of people, goods and services between the two countries, but also increase trade between the two countries.