The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), based in Brussels, Belgium, has accepted the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) as an associate member.
EBAA is the leading organization for operators of business aircraft in Europe.
“IADA’s involvement in the affairs of the European Business Aviation Association is an extension of IADA members’ global reach in aircraft sales transactions,” said IADA executive director Wayne Starling.
“Several of our members are already active in the EBAA and have recommended IADA organizational involvement as part of our focus on international business aviation activities.”
EBAA advocates for policies that better the European business aviation sector on behalf of more than 700 member companies.
EBAA represents corporate operators, commercial operators, manufacturers, airports, fixed-base operators, and more, with a total fleet of more than 1,000 aircraft.
“IADA and its accredited aircraft dealers and verified products and services members have long been active in the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) in the United States,” said Starling.
“This expansion to European activities through EBAA is a natural fit for the organization, as our members extend their scope to transactions throughout the continent as a truly global group dedicated to making aircraft deals more efficient, ethical and transparent”.