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ACJ becomes the latest OEM to link up with IADA
Airbus Corporate Jets says that IADA has become a leading force in the Americas and across the globe in advocating for transparency and ethical aircraft sales transactions. The manufacturer is pleased to join up.

Airbus Corporate Jets has become the latest OEM to become a member of the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA). Airbus joins six other executive jet OEMs in the affairs of IADA, a leader in the business jet transaction industry.

“Airbus is clearly pleased to become an OEM member of IADA, which has become a leading force in the Americas and across the globe in advocating for transparency and ethical aircraft sales transactions,” says ACJ president Benoit Defforge. Head of ACJ business development Jean-Noel Robert and ACJ sales director for Americas Akbar Siddiqi will represent Airbus and personally participate in the affairs of IADA.

“The IADA board of directors welcomes Airbus to our organisation,” states IADA executive director Wayne Starling. “We are very much looking forward to the valuable input of yet another global leader in the corporate jet industry. Our OEMs represent leading aircraft manufacturers in Europe and the Americas with sales networks circling the globe.”

IADA is a collective force influencing and shaping the aircraft transaction industry. With accredited dealers of all sizes and dozens of verified products and services members skilled in aircraft transactions, IADA is the acknowledged leader in developing industry standards for efficient, effective and ethical business aircraft transactions.

Working for business aircraft owners globally, the organisation provides a facility for professional standards, ethics and exchange of information among its members and to the public for the purpose of creating a more efficient market, facilitating transactions and providing transparency in transactions, thereby increasing business aircraft ownership and usage worldwide.

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