Airline revenues are forecast to hit $727 billion for 2015 while net profit is expected to rise by 4% to $29.3 billion. With the air transport industry projecting that it will handle 3.5 billion passengers in 2015 (200 million more passengers than in 2013) and with a record 54.2 million tonnes of international freight (2.2 million tonnes more than in 2014)*, the value of this market will continue to grow even further over the coming years. Airbus and Boeing continue to lead the line with their A380 and A350 XWB, and the 777 and 787 Dreamliner respectively, and with a combined order backlog of more than 12,400 airframes, this is a very exciting time for the civil aviation industry as it prepares itself for further growth.
* Source of information IATA, Airbus and Boeing
The magazine’s extensive coverage of the world’s airlines, airports and aircraft is unrivalled and cover all aspects of the commercial aviation scene including up-to-date airline, airport, aircraft and manufacturer information.
Each month it provides comprehensive analysis of airlines and airports – including in-depth histories – and often features articles on other aspects of the airline industry such as Air Traffic Control, Environment and Flight Safety. Interviews with senior airline executives are also regular additions to its contents.
Airliner World uses some of the best aviation photographers in the world and it is often praised for its outstanding images. All these factors help to make Airliner World the largest circulated civil aviation magazine in the world.
Airliner World is the magazine of choice for heads of engineering of the 100 largest passenger and cargo airlines as well as some of the largest MRO companies such as Lufthansa Technik and Monarch Aircraft Engineering Ltd. The main airframe manufacturers such as Airbus, Boeing, ATR and Bombardier together with the world’s leading engine suppliers such as Engine Alliance, Pratt & Whitney and Rolls Royce are also regular readers.
Each month, senior people within airlines such as Virgin Atlantic, Emirates, British Airways and Qantas take Airliner World to keep abreast of news and latest developments. The readership also includes many embassies and educational institutions on a worldwide basis.
Airliner World is sold through WHSmith High Street and Travel, major supermarkets, and independent newsagents in the UK as well as leading bookstores in other countries and airports world wide. It benefits from a large subscriber base and from direct sales through Key Publishing’s mail order operation.
Airliner World will have bonus distribution at major airshows, events and conferences throughout 2017 such as The Paris Airshow, Dubai Airshow, MRO Americas and selected aerospace conferences and exhibitions throughout the year. With dedicated editorial previews and show supplements, Airliner World can help you engage with your target audience.
A4, glossy, saddle stitched
Established in 1999
Cover price £4.90
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A creative approach
Advertorials are a proven way of blending an advertising theme into an editorially styled feature, thereby delivering a very strong message to new and existing customers. Airliner World can write and design an advertising feature based on your business, products and services from information supplied by you.
Airliner World magazine can design, write and produce your promotional material in a variety of languages, sizes and specifications. We can also distribute your supplements through Airliner World magazine at the shows we attend or via direct mail to a particular target market.
Articles that have featured in Airliner World are an excellent way to promote your company at events and through direct mail. The reprints can range from 2 – 12 pages and can be re-designed to carry your advertising message.
Gatefold, Outserts, Loose Inserts
Airliner World can accommodate single and double gatefolds, outserts and loose inserts. This creative form of marketing can have a huge impact when you are launching new products/services