Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority
- Matsapha International Airport, which opened to commercial traffic in 1961, is the ideal gateway into the country for business travellers and tourists. Currently, Matsapha has one commercial air traffic operator, Swaziland Airlink, which operates an Embraer 135 to run five daily flights to O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa, linking conveniently to international long haul flights to most destinations in the world.
- Sikhuphe International Airport is earmarked to become the Kingdom’s major international airport with capacity to accommodate large aircraft and long haul fl ight operations to connect Swaziland directly with the world. It is due to open around September 2013.
A well-run organisation responsive to clients and stakeholders’ needs.
The Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA) is a statutory body mandated to provide, in an economically viable manner, air transport services and the regulation of civil aviation activities in Swaziland in accordance with international standards.
SWACAA is headed by a ten-member Board of Directors, giving it a good balance of skilled people in the industry and leaders from broader spheres of the economy and society.
The Director General is the only board member with executive powers and is also the Managing Director of the Authority.
The Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority Above:
General Facilities run by SWACAA: