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AirFleet becomes the 62nd member of IADA
As AirFleet Capital's customers continue their ‘upward movement’ in aircraft, the company says it will be able to consult and work with other IADA members to ensure it helps them make the right decisions.
The AirFleet Capital Arizona team.

AirFleet Capital, a company focused on general aviation aircraft financing, is the newest verified products and services member of the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA).

Headquartered in Chandler, Arizona, AirFleet Capital becomes the 62nd aircraft transaction support company to be verified by IADA's rigorous acceptance process, ensuring adherence to strong ethical business practices. With in-house underwriting and closing teams, the aircraft finance brokerage company originated over 700 loans in 2020, working exclusively with several partner banks.

“We will benefit from our association with IADA as we continue to evolve in support of our clients' growth,” says AirFleet president Jim Blessing. “As our customers continue their upward movement in aircraft we will be able to consult and work with other IADA members to ensure we are helping them make the right decisions.”

IADA executive director Wayne Starling adds: “AirFleet Capital, like all of our verified products and services members, has been thoroughly vetted to assure adherence to the absolute highest ethical standards and experience. The IADA board of directors extends our welcome to AirFleet Capital as it joins the organisation.”

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