Kuky will head the company’s growth in the region, working with charter brokers and private clients, based out of Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport, Florida. She will build on the increasing popularity of Acropolis’ flagship Airbus ACJ319 G-NOAH in the US market.
Bringing over two decades’ experience in the international private aviation sector, Kuky has worked for Private Aviation Solutions as President-Latin America, Europe and Asia, selling and operating Part 121 and 135 aircraft charters. She set up and developed a sales presence in Florida and London for the company, handling customer accounts on both Executive and VIP Commercial Airliners.
Prior to that she spent eight years with NetJets and EJM, a NetJets company. As Director-Charter Sales, she managed employees in Florida, Teterboro and Washington, DC, securing new clients in the US, Latin America, Europe and Asia. Kuky is also credited with recruiting and developing the charter and flight ops department as Director-Charter Sales of Presidential Aviation from 2002-2006.
Speaking on the announcement of her new appointment, Kuky said “I am delighted to be representing Acropolis Aviation in the US. With the aircraft’s open-plan luxury cabin, recently upgraded internet and entertainment system and the companies tailored approach to every charter flight, G-NOAH has proven to be popular within the charter market and I look forward to introducing US based clients to this fantastic aircraft.”
“We are very pleased to welcome Kuky with her fine pedigree in business aviation expertise to our team,” added Jonathan Bousfield, Acropolis CEO.
Acropolis Aviation is the launch customer for the new Airbus ACJ320neo, confirming a commitment to the aircraft during EBACE 2015 in May this year.
Acropolis is exhibiting at the NBAA November 17th-19th on the Avinode Booth N5222.