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Royal Eswatini (formally known as Swazi) National Airways Corporation (RENAC) was established in 1978 as a National Airline. The National Airline’s first inaugural flight took place in 1978. The aircraft’s routes destinations were to three cities in South Africa, Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town.

The performance of the National airline deteriorated around 1994, resulting in Government forming a Joint Venture with South African Airlink as a means of sustaining the business. The Joint Venture eventually disposed of the national aircraft and RENAC was downgraded to an air ticket sales agent.

Since then, the Corporation has been operating as a Travel Agent until 2016. The Government of Eswatini found it necessary to revive the National Airline with the aim of operating scheduled flights.

RENAC currently manages the state aircrafts and operates a private charter for the Kingdom’s Head of State. The corporation has three business units namely: travel agency, ground handling, and charter business units. Its Head Office is in Matsapha International Airport.

To be the continent’s pride in travel solutions

To be a leading aviation group that globally connects the Kingdom through safe, efficient and competitive services which ensure customer service excellence and safety.

Safety - Ensuring the safety of customers and airfreight through the creation of a safety culture that minimizes risks and threats.

Customer Experience – Provide world class customer service

Respect – Respect for cultural diversity and afford others the level of respect that we would expect from them.

Communication - Open and transparent communication throughout the organisation and its customer base.

Integrity - Uphold the highest level of trust and confidence with all stakeholders, conducting our business in a professional, reliable, ethical and efficient manner.

Royal Eswatini (formally known as Swazi) National Airways Corporation (RENAC) was established in 1978 as a National Airline. The National Airline’s first inaugural flight took place in 1978. The aircraft’s routes destinations were to three cities in South Africa, Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town.

The performance of the National airline deteriorated around 1994, resulting in Government forming a Joint Venture with South African Airlink as a means of sustaining the business. The Joint Venture eventually disposed of the national aircraft and RENAC was downgraded to an air ticket sales agent.

Since then, the Corporation has been operating as a Travel Agent until 2016. The Government of Eswatini found it necessary to revive the National Airline with the aim of operating scheduled flights.

RENAC currently manages the state aircrafts and operates a private charter for the Kingdom’s Head of State. The corporation has three business units namely: travel agency, ground handling, and charter business units. Its Head Office is in Matsapha International Airport.

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