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The Market

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

Editorial Profile

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 read in over 100 countries by Chief Executives of airlines and airports, ground staff, pilots, cabin crew, aviation-related professionals and well informed enthusiasts.

The Product
  • A4, glossy, saddle stitched
  • Monthly frequency
  • Established in 1999
  • Cover price £4.80
  • ABC 34,613 (Jan-Dec 2015)

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.

Supplements/Promotional Material

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

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Current Issue

November 2016In the November issue of Airliner World, we go behind the scenes of Ed Force One, the customised Boeing 747 tour bus used by iconic rock band Iron Maiden, we examine how the BAe 146 is enjoying a resurgence in many new and unexpected second markets, and we look at how Small Planet Airlines has transformed from a modest Lithuanian company to one of Eastern Europe’s biggest leisure carriers. <br><br>Elsewhere in this edition, new Pakistan International Airlines Chairman Azam Saigol discusses his plans for the carrier, we hear how Tropic Air is transforming Belize’s aviation and tourism sectors and we cast a critical eye on the rapidly expanding unmanned air vehicles sector. We also remember Northwest Airlines, one of America’s great pioneering carriers and take a look at the Historic Aircraft Restoration Society’s recently restored Convair CV-440. <br><br>Lastly, we bring you our comprehensive coverage of worldwide news including details of a new joint venture between Lufthansa and Air China, Volaris welcomes its first Airbus A320neo, Bombardier adjusts C Series delivery schedule, La Compagnie axes its London Luton links and Cathay Pacific launches services to Gatwick. We also have all of our regular sections covering the latest commercial aircraft acquisitions, up-to-date accident reports and developments from the world of aviation training and MROs, and we give you the chance to win a year’s subscription in our caption competition. This issue also includes part two of our comprehensive Global Airline Guide. <br>

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