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Formerly called Compagnie Aerienne du Mali (CAM), Air Mali or Air Mali International was an airline based in Mali. It was formed in April 2005 by the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED) through its subsidiary IPS, along with West Africa and the Government of Mali. Then CAM made its inaugural flight on June 2005 from Bamako to Mopti and then to Gao, and back with a Dash 8. The initial aim was to focus on Mali's internal network. Soon enough, the airline was re-branded and renamed to Air Mali (2009). This should not be confused with the previous Air Mali, which ran services in 1960 to 1989.

Shortly after the change of name, civil war broke out within the country and the airline decided to suspend its services in 2012. The airline grounded their McDonnell Douglas MD-83 and McDonnel Douglas MD-87 aircraft, completely ceasing operations in December 27 of the same year. All employees were released from their duties with immediate effect, but were informed that the airline management would re-assess the situation come September 2013. Until today, there are no announcements as to when they are planning to resume flights, nor re-activate the grounded aircraft. Previously, Air Mali flew to various international destinations, including Benin, Burkina Faso, Cote d'Ivoire, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea, Niger, Senegal, and Togo, with a few domestic flights to major destinations in Mali such as Bamako and Timbuktu.

Other airlines based in Mali that still currently operates passenger service include SAM Intercontinental, Mali Airways, Mali Air Express, and Douniah Airlines.

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