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IADA verifies more companies for membership
Engine Assurance Program (EAP) in Dallas; Omni Aircraft Maintenance in Tulsa; and Asian Sky Media, located in Wan Chai, Hong Kong, have been approved as members of the International Aircraft Dealers Association.

Three new Products and Services members have been verified and accepted by the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA): Engine Assurance Program (EAP), headquartered in Dallas; Omni Aircraft Maintenance, in Tulsa, Okla.; and Asian Sky Media, located in Wan Chai, Hong Kong.

"The IADA Board of Directors extends a gracious welcome to EAP, and to Omni Aircraft Maintenance and Asian Sky Media,” says IADA Executive Director Wayne Starling. “All of our Verified Products and Services members, has been thoroughly vetted to assure adherence to the absolute highest ethical standards and experience."

Starling adds, “EAP is an all-new member of IADA. However, businesses associated with the other two new Products & Services members have been involved with IADA for some time. Omni's maintenance business is a sister company of IADA-accredited dealer Omni Aircraft Sales and Asian Sky Media is a wholly-owned subsidiary of IADA-accredited dealer Asian Sky Group. Both companies have been important participants in the activities of IADA.”

IADA Products and Services members are companies whose primary focus is related to the support of aircraft transactions, whether their expertise is finance, legal, tax, escrow, or maintenance. The membership application process for Products and Services membership begins with an applicant completing an application. As part of the application process, the candidate will contact three IADA members to ask for their support as a sponsor. The IADA membership votes on new Products & Services applicants twice a year.

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