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IADA expands collaboration by joining CBAA
Representing business aircraft dealers, the International Aircraft Dealers Association provides a facility for professional standards, ethics and an exchange of information among its members.

The International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) has joined the Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA).

“Several of our member companies have executives that serve on the CBAA board of directors, and our dealers are obviously active in Canada, so our board viewed membership in the organisation a natural extension of the organisation's activities in North America,” says IADA executive director Wayne Starling. “In IADA's 30th anniversary year, membership in CBAA furthers our reach into aviation industry affairs beyond involvement with the National Business Aviation Association and the European Business Aviation Association.”

IADA develops industry standards for efficient, effective and ethical business aircraft transactions. It provides a facility for professional standards, ethics and an exchange of information among its members.

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