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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  • Jet Airways' new owners eye 2H21 restart February 24, 2021
    The new owners of Jet Airways (JAI, Mumbai Int'l) hope to resume scheduled domestic operations within four to six months once the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) approves their resolution plan which provides for a fleet of around 25 aircraft. The NCLT rejected the last procedural challenge from unions, which had demanded they be consulted […]
  • South Africa's Kulula resumes Lanseria ops in early 2Q21 February 24, 2021
    South African low-cost airline Kulula Air (MN, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo) restarts its operations at Johannesburg's Lanseria airport from April 1, 2021, servicing its Durban King Shaka and Cape Town routes. Similar to the re-introduction of its other routes, Kulula will return with a limited schedule, adding additional frequencies over the next couple of months, the […]
  • Lisbon court blocks Ryanair from collective dismissals February 24, 2021
  • Indian gov't garners multiple bids for Pawan Hans February 24, 2021
    The Indian government has received “multiple" Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the privatisation of state-owned Pawan Hans Helicopters (Delhi Int'l) (PHL), according to a Twitter post by Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM) Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey. “The transaction will now move to the second stage,” he announced. In light of the COVID-19 […]
  • Taiwanese taxman sells FEAT's MD-82 for part-out February 24, 2021