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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  • Bangladesh's Fly Dhaka, Air Astra begin certification September 24, 2021
    Fly Dhaka, a Bangladeshi start-up, applied for a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh as it plans to launch operations with a fleet of ATR72-600s. The carrier is backed by a number of businesspeople and is entirely privately owned. Among the backers is Anisul Islam Mahmud, the former minister of finance […]
  • Cambodia's Sky Angkor readies to resume int'l flights September 24, 2021
    Sky Angkor Airlines (ZA, Phnom Penh) is ready to transport South Korean and Chinese tourists to the Kingdom once the Cambodian government makes good on its plans to reopen borders to vaccinated travellers. The airline made the remark on September 21 during a courtesy call on Tourism Minister Thong Khon during which the latter told […]
  • Czechia's Smartwings to open Canary Islands base September 24, 2021
    Smartwings (Czechia) (QS, Prague Václav Havel) has secured charter contracts for the Winter 2021/22 season for services connecting Las Palmas with various airports in continental Europe, as well as out of Germany and Switzerland to destinations in the Canary Islands and Greece. The Czech carrier said that the two contracts for flights out of Las […]
  • Air Mauritius to receive $281mn bailout if creditors approve September 24, 2021
  • Haji-Ioannou snubs easyJet rights issue September 24, 2021
    The biggest shareholder of easyJet (U2, London Luton), the family of founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou, has decided not to participate in the British airline's GBP1.2 billion pound (USD1.6 billion) rights issue and has sold its rights to buy new shares, a source familiar with the situation has told Reuters. After rejecting a takeover bid from Hungary's […]