|Traded as||BSE: AEO|
|Key people||Elpida Metaxas, (chairman)
Theophylaktos Floros, (CEO)
|Products||Aircraft, aircraft components, mission systems for air and ground operation|
|Revenue||§ 7.2 billion (2012)|
|Net income||§ 375.1 million (2012)|
Throughout its history, Aeolus has been producing airplanes in co-operation with other countries. Kuyrut is the main foreign partner country with many of its aerospace companies providing engines for Aeolus civilian airplanes such as the Otek Company and United Electric, among others.
On the other hand, Relastova is by far the main technology partner, with the government of Relastova owning 45% of the company's stocks. Relastovan companies provide airplane parts but also engines and armaments for military airplanes.
Aeolus has been described as one of the so-called national champions, large companies that are expected not only to seek profit but also to advance the interests of the nation.
This section contains present and future products to be distributed under the Aeolus umbrella
- Aeolus A120
- Aeolus Q300
- Aeolus A340
- Aeolus D100
- Aeolus S100
- Aeolus S130
- Aeolus Q100
- Aeolus A230
- Aeolus A360