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Almost 90 IADA Members will be at NBAA-BACE

Almost 90 IADA Members will be at NBAA-BACE

The International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) says that almost 90 of its members will either be exhibiting or visiting the upcoming National Business Aviation Administration’s Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (NBAA-BACE).

In total, there will be 87 IADA members at the show, which runs between October 18 – 20th, 2022, in Orlando, Florida.

Although many of the larger IADA brokers will have their own stands or aircraft on static display, the association has also secured its own exhibit space, which it says is designed for meetings and supporting members throughout the event.

“Clearly, NBAA-BACE is a special and effective business aviation venue for IADA’s members,” said Wayne Starling, Executive Director, IADA. “Our membership is excited about renewing relationships with their clients and, of course, buying and selling airplanes.”

Founded more than 30 years ago, IADA offers the only globally recognized aircraft broker accreditation. To be accepted as a new member, companies must first be sponsored by an existing member. Once a company is nominated, it must then pass a rigorous audit program to be accepted into the association. Once accepted they have to abide by a strict set of ethics codes that have been designed to ensure that companies behave in a fair and unbiased way when conducting transactions.

As well as aircraft brokers, IADA also has a verified products and services category, which includes lawyers, banks and information providers. Potential members also have to go through the rigorous audit program to be accepted, and have to agree to IADA’s ethics code.


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