Frequently Asked Questions

What is the NARA Code of Ethics?
Every Member of the National Aircraft Resale Association (NARA) must adhere to the NARA Code of Ethics which guarantees that our Members will always conduct themselves honorably and represent the best interests of their clients. Read the NARA Code of Ethics here.

What is the NARA Certification Process?
In addition to agreeing to abide by the NARA Code of Ethics, an aircraft broker/dealer must be certified as a leader in the practice of acquiring and selling business jets and turboprops. NARA Certification includes a rigorous application process and participation in a program of ongoing education to remain current in the best practices and latest developments in acquiring and selling previously owned private aircraft. Read a complete explanation of the NARA Certification Process here.

How does an aircraft broker/dealer or products and services provider become a NARA Member?
A prospective Member must be sponsored by three current NARA Members. The applicant must complete a rigorous application process. An applicant must be voted in by an 80% majority of either the Brokers/Dealers or Products and Services NARA Membership base. All prospective NARA Members must agree to adhere to the NARA Code of Ethics.

How many NARA Members are there?
At present, there are 42 NARA Certified Brokers/Dealers and 58 NARA Products and Services Members across North America and Latin America.