LONDON, August 28 /PRNewswire/ — Flight International, the world’s oldest and most respected aviation news magazine is offering four free issues to Aviation Week readers missing their weekly news fix.
Aviation Week & Space Technology is taking the week off at a time when the air transport world is in turmoil, the unmanned aviation industry is meeting in the USA for its biggest show of the year, and Airbus and Boeing are chasing orders like never before.
There is an awful lot happening in aviation right now – and fortunately for aviation readers across the globe we at Flight International don’t think the news stops in the summer.
So we are inviting you to come and take a look at what’s happening this week at the world’s biggest aviation news website – for free. And we will give four free issues of the world’s premier aviation weekly news magazine if you take out a subscription.
Take a look at our extensive news coverage, plus our vast archive and newly launched image bank at http://www.flightglobal.com/. We are confident you won’t be disappointed – but contact us and tell us what you think of it.
To take advantage of our free issues offer go to http://www.qssa.co.uk/reed/subcentre/subsorder.asp?promcode=1236&title=fin
For enquiries related to this announcement contact: Snezana Petrovic, Senior Marketing Manager, [email protected] or Kieran Daly, Group Editor, [email protected] – +44-(0)208-652-8031
Flight International is published by Reed Business Information, a unit of Reed Elsevier, and has been the magazine of choice for the global aerospace industry for over 90 years. Every week its global editorial team provides its readers with the latest technical and operational information from the defense, general aviation, business aviation, technology and spaceflight sectors. No publication breaks as many stories or covers a wider cross-section of the aerospace industry.
CONTACT: For enquiries related to this announcement contact: SnezanaPetrovic, Senior Marketing Manager, [email protected] orKieran Daly, Group Editor, [email protected] – +44-(0)208-652-8031