The Minister of Transport Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo’o has given a deadline of two weeks to the management of airports in Cameroon ADC to solve the urgent problems impeding the functioning of the country’s airports.

The Minister of Transport Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo’o has given a deadline of two weeks to the management of airports in Cameroon ADC to solve the urgent problems impeding the functioning of the country’s airports.

ADC has also been called upon to create a forum of consultation with different air traveling companies for long term problems to be handled.

Airports architecture and functioning are meant to give a strong and positive impression of the Country where these airports are found and if the airports are not in good shape, one could imagine the image of the country outside.

After a mission in Douala, Cameroon’s Transport Minister Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo’o is putting the authorities of airports of Cameroon ADC to face their responsibility and two weeks is the time they have been given to solve the short term problems.

Cameroon’s airports have for some years been struggling to meet international standards in all aspects: infrastructurally, materially, custom service wise, etc.

Could it be hyperbolic to say in Cameroon and the Douala International Airport is a case study. Baggage claim can take than one hour, toilets are in a sorry state and general hygiene has been put to question. The nonchalance of airport personnel is also baffling and these are all problems companies and users have been complaining about.

With the universal nature of air travel agencies as Cameroon News Today-CNT learned, ADC has also been charged to create a forum of consultation with companies using the airports in the country.

Cameroon News Today- CNT also gathered that the second phase of renovation works at the Douala airport will soon begin in order to permit bigger and modern carriers to land.

With 2019 AFCON just around the corner and the airports like stadia to be assessed, in order to determine how successful Cameroon will host the competition, ADC has to resolve the problem rapidly as instructed by Transport boss.


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