Eswatini Air is the national airline for Eswatini. With flights to Johannesburg since March 2023, the regional airline will eventually fly to four destinations from June 2023 – Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and Harare. And many more routes are planned in the future!
The launch of Eswaitni Air brings a new chapter in the country’s travel and tourism, bringing access at a level never seen before. As the brand-new operation Eswatini Air took a cautious approach to ensure a smooth entry in the market, introducing their service in four phases as follows:
Phase I: Launch King Mswati III International (SHO) to Johannesburg (JNB) flights, effective 26th March 2023.
Phase II: (from 14 April 2023): Harare (HRE) added to the schedule, offering four flights per week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Phase III: (from 5 May 2023) Durban (DUR) added to the schedule
Phase IV: (from 2 June 2023) This is the final launch phase and sees the addition of Cape Town to the route network. Cape Town will be operated 3 times per week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
As at June 2023, the current weekly operating schedule is as follows:
The reservations and ticketing system is now open for bookings and ticket purchases. Details of contact information are as follows:
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +268 2518 0100 (Eswatini Customer Service Centre) – effective 6 March 2023
- Website www.eswatiniair.co.sz – effective 20 March 2023
- Visit their Customer Service Centre located at Ground Floor, Shops 6; 7 & 8, Manzini Junction, Manzini, Kingdom of Eswatini.
- Contact your nearest travel agent. Travel agency-based bookings are also accessible via their partners APG Airlines (A1) and Hahn Air.
Eswatini Air wish to invite all prospective clients to book and fly with the airline for all their travels in and out of the Kingdom. Their resolution, as expressed in their “Everyone Must Fly” slogan, is to ensure that travel by air inbound and outbound Eswatini is affordable to all.
Royal Eswatini National Airways Corporation (RENAC) is responsible for the management and launch of Eswatini Air, as well as running a travel agency named Royal Eswatini Travel Agency (RETA), and a ground handling department.