Ibex Airlines

Ibex Airlines Co., Ltd.. is a Japanese airline based in Tokyo's Koto Ward. It leads under the brand ANA Connection by regional flights for All Nippon Airways.


Ibex Airlines was established on 29 January 1999 as The Fair Inc.. In June 2000, the authorization for the commencement of business operations has been issued as an airline. As of 7 August 2000 the service between the airports Sendai and Kansai began with an acquired by Lauda Air Bombardier CRJ100. In the following period the fleet was further expanded and, consequently, more air links were established. As The Fair Inc. in October 2004 in IBEX Airlines Co., Ltd.. renamed, the fleet consisted of four aircraft.


Ibex Airlines serves only the following objectives in Japan:

  • Sendai airport
  • New Chitose Airport
  • Komatsu airport
  • Hiroshima airport
  • Fukuoka airport
  • Narita International Airport
  • Chubu airport
  • Oita airport
  • Airport Itami


As of July 2013, the fleet of the IBEX Airlines aircraft consists of nine with an average age of 7.6 years: