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Swaziland

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Swaziland is located in Southern Africa. Its sole international airport is Matsapha International Airport, which is served by SAA Airlink, operating to Johannesburg only. The Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority (SWACAA) is a branch of the United Nations, which is responsible for setting and enforcing civil aviation standards in Swaziland. The branch is regulated by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). 

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Air travel rises with a country's wealth. Law of nature, or can government policy make a difference?

1-Jun-2014 12:00 PM

CAPA's extensive country rankings database provides rich pickings for analysis of the relationship between the wealth of a country and the penetration of air travel in that country. Not surprisingly, our analysis confirms that the two are closely correlated. Countries with higher GDP per capita tend to have higher numbers of airline seats per capita.

Establishing a correlation does not indicate the direction of causality, which works in both directions. Economic wealth drives air travel, but air travel also helps to drive economic wealth. However, the correlation is not perfect and levels of penetration can be affected by geographical, political, fiscal and infrastructural factors. This leads to some countries having a significantly higher or lower number of airline seats per capita than might be expected simply from their level of GDP per capita.

Who are the out-performers, in terms of the penetration of air travel, and who are the under-performers? What are the characteristics of each group? How do the main regions of the world compare?

And what role can governments play? - in some cases, they can potentially make a significant difference.

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