Cameroon Airlines today flew home its first 767 airplane following a delivery celebration. The airplane will be leased through an agreement with Ansett Worldwide Aviation Services. The 767-300ER (extended range) airplane seats 244 passengers, 24 in business and 220 in economy class. Cameroon operates one of the youngest airplane fleets in Africa and has been flying Boeing airplanes since 1971.
"We are looking forward to operating and becoming one of the newest members of the 767 family," said Yves Michel FOTSO, managing director, Cameroon Airlines. "The 767-300ER will be used to expand our international routes."