AJW Group, the world-leading independent specialist in the global management of aircraft spares, has announced it is extending its Pool Access Agreement with Acropolis Aviation in support of G-NOAH and has entered into a new support agreement for G-KELT.
AJW has been providing tailored spares support services to Acropolis Aviation, the UK-based VIP charter and aircraft management company since 2011.
The extension to the contract sees AJW continue to provide support for Acropolis’ ACJ319 G-NOAH along with a Pool Access Agreement for their new ACJ320neo G-KELT aircraft, which is the first of its kind.
AJW operates a comprehensive 24/7/365 export freight and logistics service. Our knowledge of all customs, hazardous goods regulations, and export control regulations, enables us to advise customers and ship spares with maximum efficiency and safety.
Christopher Whiteside, President and CEO of AJW Group, said: “We are delighted to have supported this UK-based VIP charter over such a long period and the partnership is a testament to the strength of the industry-leading service AJW Group provides within the business aviation sector.
“We are honoured to support their new private ACJ320neo aircraft with a Pool Access Agreement and understand the standard of luxury and service associated with this aircraft.”
Jonathan Bousfield, CEO of Acropolis Aviation, said:
“AJW Group has been a highly reliable and trusted partner of Acropolis Aviation for close to a decade. The extension of our contract with them is a marker of our successful working relationship.
“As we strive to ensure that every detail of each charter is personalised, AJW’s PBH and component lease offering means we have tailored support to operate each charter with confidence.”