JetTransactions becomes accredited member of IADA

IADA Press Release | May 10, 2022

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JetTransactions, an aircraft marketing firm with global reach through its offices in Newport Beach, Los Angeles, Chicago and West Palm Beach, has become an accredited member of the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA). The company, founded by Brent Dahlfors and Mark Bloomer, handles business jet acquisitions, marketing and consulting with experience offering with a broad range of aircraft services. 

“The IADA Board of Directors welcomes JetTransactions into the world’s largest dealer organization and the only group of accredited dealers and certified brokers,” said IADA Executive Director Wayne Starling. “JetTransactions has an excellent reputation for ethical and transparent business jet deals and the membership looks forward to continuing to work with Brent Dahlfors, Mark Bloomer and their associates.” “The most frequent users of business jets make fewer aircraft transactions in their lives than JetTransactions oversees in a single year,” said co-founder Brent Dahlfors. “Our global team of aviation experts leads by example, having established reputations for perceptive market intelligence, trusted industry relationships and personalized customer service. Our combined record of over 1,600 new and pre-owned business jet transactions completed around the globe supports JetTransactions’ prominent position in today’s evolving aviation marketplace.” For more information go to www.jettransactions.com.

This press release was prepared and distributed by IADA

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