One Customer at a Time. We Are Acropolis Aviation

Who Are We?

Incorporated in 2001, we are a commercial aviation sales and marketing company that specializes in supplying niche markets and building long lasting and profitable relationships with select customers.

We have no desire to be everything to all companies. Instead we build our relationships one customer at a time. So that we and our customers can keep aircraft in the air and generating revenue.

Our Services

Sourcing of Material

Parting out Aircraft

Inventory Sales

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  • Mexico's Mas Air takes first A330-200(P2F) January 24, 2022
    Mas Air (M7, México City Int'l) took delivery of its first A330-200(P2F), the first of at least four converted Airbus widebodies the Mexican airline plans to add in the near future. EI-MYY (msn 868) is a 14.4-year-old aircraft formerly operated in a passenger configuration by Etihad Airways (EY, Abu Dhabi Int'l). It was converted at […]
  • US's Breeze Airways outlines initial A220 plans January 24, 2022
    Breeze Airways (MX, Salt Lake City) has outlined plans to roll out A220-300 operations on 17 existing short-haul routes in the second quarter of 2022, ahead of their eventual deployment on longer sectors. The David Neeleman-backed start-up announced that it would initially deploy the Airbus twinjets on the following routes: from Tampa Int'l to: Akron/Canton, […]
  • US's Grant Aviation takes over two charter carriers January 24, 2022
    Grant Aviation (GV, Bethel) has acquired two regional charter specialists, Bidzy Ta Hot' Aana, Inc. t/a Tanana Air Service (Z3, Fairbanks Int'l), and its sister carrier Shannon's Air Taxi (Dillingham), to improve the reliability of services in the Bristol Bay area in south-western Alaska. "With this merger, Bristol Bay customers can expect Tanana Air Service […]
  • Court annuls Norwegian’s layoff scheme in France January 24, 2022
  • Lufthansa loses final appeal in Hahn state aid battle January 24, 2022
    Lufthansa (LH, Frankfurt Int'l) has lost an appeal against the European Commission in a dispute over millions in regional aid that the federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse gave to Frankfurt Hahn Airport, a judgement published on January 20 shows. Confirming two earlier rulings, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg rejected the lawsuit and […]