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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  • Thai Summer Airways eyes launch in 3Q22, fleet growth May 25, 2022
    Thai Summer Airways (9T, Utapao) is planning to begin commercial operations by the end of July 2022, two years later than planned as the COVID-19 pandemic halted the start-up's ambitions, Chief Executive Akkarapat Leechotphaisan told Smart Aviation Asia Pacific. The leisure-focused charter specialist backed by Thai and Chinese travel industry entrepreneurs sees the opening of […]
  • Hong Kong's Greater Bay Airlines aims for 2Q22 launch May 25, 2022
  • Taiwan's Starlux Airlines to launch A330 ops in late 2Q22 May 25, 2022
    Starlux Airlines (JX, Taipei Taoyuan) is planning to launch A330-900 operations on June 1, 2022, deploying its first widebody aircraft on international routes across South-East Asia. The ch-aviation schedules module shows the Taiwanese carrier will initially operate the A330-900s out of Taipei Taoyuan to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (daily from June 1) and Ho Chi Minh City […]
  • Fiji Airways denies firm plans for more A350s May 25, 2022
    Fiji Airways (FJ, Nadi) Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer André Viljoen has denied local media reports the airline has firm plans to acquire more A350-900s to replace its A330-300 and A330-200s. "This was a misunderstanding by the media. I was asked if we are considering acquiring more A350s. I responded we are often evaluating […]
  • Gov't pledges to support struggling Air Vanuatu May 25, 2022
    The Vanuatu government is committed to making its struggling flag carrier Air Vanuatu (NF, Port Vila) profitable again, according to Finance Minister Johnny Koanapo. The Daily Post reports he made the comment on the occasion of a VUV210 million vatu (USD1.8 million) loan repayment from the Ifira Ports Development Services (IPDS), a joint venture partnership […]