Boeing Business Jets has become a business jet OEM member of IADA.
“The organisation of airplane transaction experts has become a force in promoting transparency and integrity in aircraft sales,” says BBJ president Erika Pearson. “As the market evolves following the pandemic, we look forward to working with other IADA members to meet the needs of the growing ranks of private flyers.”
“The IADA board of directors extends a warm welcome to Boeing Business Jets,” adds executive director Wayne Starling. “Our OEM members are the world's leading business jet manufacturers that have established exceptional professional global aircraft sales networks.”
Boeing Business Jets is trusted by many heads of state worldwide. It offers customers a range of high-performance aircraft that are uniquely customised for any private, business or governmental use.
BBJs range from the BBJ 737-7 to the BBJ 777-9, a business jet capable of flying between any two destinations on earth, nonstop. The more than 260 BBJs sold since the group was founded in 1996 are supported by Boeing's global service network.
IADA-accredited dealers are active in all areas of the world, many in multiple regions. Nearly every dealer does business in North America, 56 per cent of dealers operate in Europe, 44 per cent are active in Latin America, 42 per cent do business in Asia and the Pacific region and 39 per cent work in the Middle East and Africa.
IADA's AircraftExchange marketing search portal is the only site where every aircraft listed for sale is represented by an accredited dealer. AircraftExchange enables users to create a confidential dashboard of business jets for sale, filtered by features and amenities, class size, age and price. Users can browse through data-rich listings for available business aircraft.