Stimulate Activity at KM 111 International Airport
His Excellency the Right Honourable Prime Minister Ambrose Mandvulo Dlamini was represented by the Minister of Public Works and Transport. The Minister said the jet would stimulate activity at KM III International Airport.
“This is a first of its kind in the kingdom and a major milestone towards attracting the necessary air traffic. Ndwandwe said government pledged its support for the partnership and would provide all the necessary support to ensure that it was sustained for the mutual benefit of the parties – and by extension the country. “We encourage the partners to continuously look for innovative ways to maximise the benefits that can flow from this partnership,” said the Minister.
He mentioned that government would closely monitor the partnership to ensure that the country benefitted as promised by the partners. “May I again welcome Royal Jet to the Kingdom of Eswatini and wish them a warm stay in the country. I encourage the crew, on non-flying days, to explore the country and enjoy our beautiful scenery,” said Ndwandwe.