Mbabane Swaziland Intercontinental Hotel

The highly anticipated new airline Swazi Airways will take to the skies in the first week of February. In March 1978, the Government of Swaziland announced plans to create a national airline, the Royal Swaza National Airways Corporation, and informed the private airline, Swazi Air, that it would cease operations by 1 August 1978. The government informed Swani Air that it ceased operations on 1 August 1978 and announced in March 1978 that it had set the date for the end of operations and the establishment of a new airline.

Royal Swaza National Airways Corporation, the national airline of Swaziland, was founded in 1977. The airline should be based in Mswati and operate as the national carrier for Swaziland to and from Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, Mpumalanga and Mombasa.

RAC operates two travel agencies and offices in Mbabane and Matsapha, providing ground handling services in Mswati, Mpumalanga, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban and Mombasa, as well as international flights.

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