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Stanton & Partners extends global reach of IADA
With a portfolio covering billions of dollars worth of transactions, Stanton & Partners Aviation brings its focus on transactional ethics as the latest member of IADA.
Founder and managing partner Allan Stanton.

Sales and acquisitions company Stanton & Partners Aviation has become the most recent member of the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA). Led by founder and managing partner Allan Stanton, who has executed $3 billion worth of successful transactions, the international aircraft dealership has offices in Dubai, Johannesburg, Brisbane and Savannah, Georgia, with US headquarters in Boca Raton, Florida.

Stanton & Partners Aviation is the latest example of an aircraft dealer with global reach to join the International Aircraft Dealers Association,” says IADA executive director Wayne Starling. “And the group's stated mission, which is 'to create value for our customers and build longstanding relationships based on transparency and trust', integrates exceptionally well with our organisation's focus on transactional ethics.”

“The art of selling is the craft of refinement,” says Stanton from his office in Dubai. “Consistency is critical to our success. Ethical practices that exemplify excellence, positivity and persistence create profitable results.”

Stanton Aviation offers bespoke aircraft acquisition and listing solutions for UHNW clients with diverse requirements. It has a worldwide client base.

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