Solomon Dube, Director of the Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA), has confirmed that the government is seeking to acquire new aircraft to service the country’s own proposed airline. The new airline wants a new 90- to 100-seater jet with a budget of E700 million. Dube says the demand is there for a national airline from passengers in the country using foreign airlines: “They all demand that we have a national airline that will transport the many passengers they would be transporting from all over the world to Southern Africa,” he said. “They want us to distribute passengers from Europe to
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