A double mechanical alloying process (dMA) was employed to Fabricate Al-Fe and Al-Fe-Mn alloys containing finely distributed intermetallic compounds and inert dispersoids (Al4C3 and Al2O3). The tribological properties of the produced alloys were investigated under fretting conditions. It was shown that the fretting behaviour strongly depends on contact conditions which are mainly determined by displacement and normal load, and the wear resistance of Al alloys can be improved by dispersion of large amount of intermetallics and inert dispersoids. Compared with current and competitive wear resistant Al alloys, the dMA Al-Fe-Mn alloy shows attractive wear and friction properties. The results indicate that Al alloys fabricated by dMA are promising For wear-resistance applications.