The Royal Eswatini National Airways Corporation (RENAC) has partnered with Royal Jet, an international luxury flight services provider headquartered in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, to offer charter flight services from The King Mswati III International Airport to various destinations, once traveling resumes.
This comes after King Mswati III’s commissioning of RENAC to engage with Royal Jet to bring a luxury 28- seater Boeing 737 BBJ to Eswatini following his trip to the UAE earlier this year,TheKingdomofEswatini.com reports.
In a press statement, RENAC also revealed that this partnership was one of its several initiatives as authorized by their government to revive the aviation industry.
“The bulk of Royal Jet’s business activity is luxury air charter services, fixed base operations, aviation consultancy services, aircraft management and aircraft maintenance services,” said the Corporation.
RENAC CEO, Captain President Qiniso Dhlamini, stated that the benefits that would result from their partnership have already started emerging.
“This partnership will activate the economy of Eswatini, and stakeholders in hospitality and aviation have started benefiting,” he said.
“There are also myriad opportunities for RENAC inclusive of ground handling and cleaning services which will be offered to Royal Jet at a fee.”
Dhlamini also said a major benefit for RENAC was that Royal Jet would be getting aviation fuel from RENAC’s fully-fledged fuel farms at the Matsapha and KM III International Airport.
The Boeing 737 is characterised by supreme cabin spaces, private master bedrooms, seating and dining areas, VIP and business class seating, private state room and lounge.