The possibilities of Fe-Al intermetallic system production by vacuum sintering and impact consolidation of powder bodies, as well as the influence of the regimes of the methods used on the structure and properties of iron aluminides were studied in the article. Mixture of iron and aluminum powders were used for fabrication of iron aluminide Fe3Al. The powder samples were compacted and vacuum sintered at temperatures of 1250, 1350, 1400 and 1450 °C, and also using hot forging at a temperature of 1050 °C and 1150 °C. It is shown, that the increase of density is observed only at a temperature of 1400 °C. At sintering temperature of 1450 °C the samples reach a density of 6,35 g/cm3, which is 94% of the theoretical value. Only the use of hot forging makes it possible to obtain nonporous samples. It is shown, that bending strength, fracture toughness and hardness increase with increase of sintering temperature, but higher values of this parameters have the samples, produced with use of hot forging.