Air Ixiom is an Erusian airline corporation in Strangereal. Air Ixiom is the most famous and most-used airline corporation. The airline flies all over the Usean continent, including Erusea and the ISAF states, as well as internationally to airports such as Apito International. The corporation uses several types of passenger aircraft that can hold many people.
Flights 701 & 702Edit
On March 14, 2005, two Air Ixiom aircraft - Flights 701 and 702 - were flying out of Erusian territory towards Los Canas. On board the two flights were the engineers of Stonehenge, as well as their families. They agreed to provide ISAF with crucial information as to the destruction of Stonehenge in exchange for amnesty. Erusea caught wind of this and launched fighters to shoot down the aircraft. Flight 701's captain was injured by gunfire on takeoff (First Officer Nagase then took over), and the aircraft lost cabin pressure, forcing it to stay at 6,000 feet. Flight 702 was launched successfully and remained steady at 23,000 feet.
ISAF sent out a lone fighter, Mobius One, to handle the threat of the Erusian fighters, who had full intent to destroy the aircraft before they entered ISAF airspace. Mobius One took care of them, and the two flights exited Erusian airspace with no losses.
- See also: Operation: Emerald
On November 24, 2010, Air Ixiom Flight 31 was performing an international flight inbound to Apito International Airport when the airport came under attack by enemy aircraft and commandos. Along with other civilian planes in the air, Flight 31 lost landing clearance and was ordered to change course to a different airport immediately. Flight 31 was particularly close to colliding with a fighter of the Capital District Air Defense Squadron taking off to Bana City to deal with a second terrorist attack.
Wardog Squadron arrived to stave off the enemy forces, and they successfully defended the airport. All flights, including Flight 31, regained their landing clearance as the chaos subsided. There were no known injuries aboard Flight 31.