Eagle Creek Aviation has become one of the first groups to earn official accreditation from the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA).
Official IADA News Release:
The International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA), which is progressing towards full accreditation for dealers, has accredited 25 existing dealers and seven new IADA dealers, who passed the new stringent requirements by the organization’s spring meeting held recently. This is the first wave of IADA-accredited dealers, as the remaining IADA member dealers and additional new members will be evaluated in the near future.
This recent group of aircraft dealers passed a stringent accreditation procedure that utilizes a quantifiable, measurable structure administered by an independent third party to ensure professional and ethical behavior within the industry. The qualifications of these newly accredited dealers were reviewed and analyzed for IADA by Joseph Allan Aviation Consulting, an independent third-party agency.
“Frankly, this is a high bar being established for our industry and not everyone that initially applied for IADA accreditation passed,” said IADA Executive Director Wayne Starling. “Joseph Allan Aviation Consulting are experts at evaluating applicants’ qualifications to meet the highest standards in the industry under their confidential processes to ensure complete accountability and full transparency,” Starling added.
IADA’s next step after accrediting the world’s best dealers is to certify individual aircraft brokers who will work for the accredited dealers. IADA plans a future announcement of the first certified individual brokers in the near future.