Swaziland Airlink

Matsapha airport

Swaziland Airlink is the national airline of Swaziland with its headquarters in Manzini and based on its airport Matsapha.


In 1999, the Swaziland government created together with the South African airline Swaziland Airlink Airlink which Pty Ltd. as the national airline Royal Swazi successor.

Swaziland Airlink is cooperating as well as the South African Airlink ( which operated intermittently under the brand South African Airlink ) with South African Airways. There are also code -share agreement between the companies In addition to the joint frequent flyer program Voyager.

Since 2006, Swaziland Airlink is on the list of the operating bans for the airspace of the European Union.


Swaziland Airlink operates several daily scheduled flights from Manzini to Johannesburg through. In addition, cargo and charter flights to other countries in southern Africa are offered, such as Lesotho and Mozambique.


As of August 2013 the fleet of Swaziland Airlink consists of two planes:

  • 2 Embraer ERJ 135 ( operated by Airlink )