Swaziland Airlink

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Swaziland Airlink
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1999[1]
Hubs Matsapha Airport, Manzini
Fleet size 1
Destinations 2
Company slogan Freedom to connect
Parent company Airlink
Headquarters Matsapha Airport, Manzini, Swaziland
Website http://www.flyswaziland.com/

Swaziland Airlink is the flag carrier of Swaziland. It is part of an alliance with South African Airways, South African Express and South African Airlink.


Swaziland Airlink was formed as a joint venture company between the Swaziland Government (60%) and Airlink (40%) to take over operations from Royal Swazi National Airways Corporation (RSNAC), the previous flag carrier of Swaziland. Swaziland Airlink started operations in July 1999 with a leased Fokker F28 aircraft from RSNAC linking Matsapha Airport with Johannesburg and Dar-es-Salaam. In June 2000, the Fokker F28 was replaced with a BAe Jetstream 41 aircraft.


Swaziland Airlink operates services from Manzini to OR Tambo International Airport, but there are other destination operated by partner airlines[2]

Hub Hub
^ Future destinations
[T] Terminated destinations
Country City Airport Notes Refs
 South Africa Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport
 Swaziland Manzini King Mswati III International Airport


The Swaziland Airlink fleet includes the following aircraft as of 9 June 2014:[3]

Swaziland Airlink Fleet
Aircraft In
Passengers Notes
Embraer ERJ 135LR 1 37 operated by Airlink


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