A message from the Executive Director of the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA)
The International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) is pleased to announce that Jet Access’ amended application to operate as the successor to Eagle Creek Aviation Services (ECAS) has been approved by the board. This approval came last week, following the successful acquisition of ECAS by Jet Access.
Jet Access, an established industry player, is now poised to take over ECAS’ operations, continuing a long and fruitful relationship with IADA. ECAS has been a prominent figure within the association and its contribution to the aviation industry has been immense.
The acquisition was a strategic move for Jet Access, aligning with its vision for growth and expansion in the industry. Jet Access saw the potential in ECAS’ robust operations and market position, sparking the decision to pursue an acquisition. The approval by the IADA board signifies a green light for Jet Access to step into ECAS’ role and carry forward its legacy.
“Jet Access is thrilled with the approval of our amended application by the IADA board. We are excited to continue the journey that ECAS started with IADA, and we are committed to upholding the standards and values that ECAS represented,” said Kevin Rossignon, Jet Access, Brokerage President. “While we will be operating under a new name, our objective remains the same: providing unparalleled service to our clients and contributing to the growth and advancement of the aviation industry.”
The IADA board’s approval is not just a testament to Jet Access’ reputation and potential but also a demonstration of IADA’s commitment to facilitating smooth transitions within the industry. It underscores the association’s confidence in Jet Access’ capability to take on the ECAS operations and further solidify its position in the industry.
Despite the change in management, Jet Access aims to maintain the essence of what made ECAS a trusted name within the aviation community, while also infusing new strategies and innovative approaches to meet the demands of an ever-evolving industry.
Jet Access’ successful acquisition of ECAS marks a new chapter for both companies and IADA as well. The approval to operate under the new name represents not just a change in leadership, but a continuation of a longstanding relationship that has been beneficial for all parties involved.
With this exciting development, Jet Access is eager to explore new horizons while keeping the spirit of ECAS alive. IADA also looks forward to seeing the growth and progress that will undoubtedly come from this fruitful partnership.
Onward and upward, Wayne Starling