Eswatini, Africa’s last absolute monarchy, is set to launch a flag-carrier airline almost a quarter of a century after the previous one ceased operations. Bloomberg reports that the state-owned company, which has bought two Embraer SA 145 regional jets to kickstart services, will fly from the capital Mbabane to cities such as Johannesburg and Cape Town in neighboring South Africa starting later this year and hopes to capitalize on the grounding of South Africa’s Mango, which is in bankruptcy protection and awaiting government funds.