Air Annobón is an Equatoguinean airline that was founded in 2012, with its headquarters located in San Antonio de Palé, Annobón, Equatorial Guinea. It began operations on 25 January 2013, initially offering flights between Malabo and Bata. The airline started by wet leasing BAe 146-300s until it acquired its own BAe 146-200 in 2014. As of September 2016, Air Annobón suspended operations but had intentions to search for a joint venture partner to help resume flights as a low-cost carrier. The airline is owned by Cándido Nsue Okomo, a key figure in the country’s oil sector and a relative of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo’s wife. The airline’s slogans include “Quality, punctuality and safety” and “The airline that brings you closer to those you love most”.
As of March 2014, Air Annobón operated domestic flights within Equatorial Guinea, connecting the cities of Bata and Malabo. As of the last available information, the airline has suspended operations, and it is currently uncertain if or when it will resume services.
In March 2014, Air Annobón had a fleet size of one BAe 146-200 aircraft, which it had purchased, replacing previously wet leased BAe 146-300s from South African company Fair Aviation.