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Executive & VIP Aviation International is a quarterly journal aimed at private aircraft owners and operators and the industries that support them. We invite you to join us each quarter as we celebrate new certifications, fresh market wins and the high level of growth the private aviation industry is achieving. If you are considering the acquisition of new aircraft we hope you will enjoy our frank interviews with fractional ownership companies and the manufacturers of business aircraft. Further, we aim to explain new aircraft concepts, new technologies and new engine types that deliver improved standards in range and performance. Similarly, our coverage of executive interior design may assist your purchase decisions by defining prevailing trends. Manufacturers, maintenance providers and suppliers of any other services to the executive and VIP aviation sector, will gain insight from the buying decisions of private aircraft operators and their strategies for purchasing support services. If you already own and operate private aircraft - or if you are a pilot flying on behalf of others - you may be interested in what service-providers have to offer, like airports, FBOs and flight schools. If you are a buyer of flight hours or management services, you may choose to focus on our profiles of private charter companies and their associated services. We cover both ends of the spectrum from no-frills charter operators to VIP services and everything in-between.
Airside International is a quarterly magazine aimed at airport authorities, airlines, handlers, equipment providers and infrastructure developers. The magazine is a response to airside infrastructure growth worldwide. New airside development brings with it the requirement for new installations, new service-providers, new equipment and new technologies. There has also never been so much red tape, be it environmental, planning or regulatory in this arena and we write knowledgeably about the key issues. The winners in this new age for airport development could be many and varied. First there are the airport design, planning and construction companies who stand to gain from the significant investment airport authorities and local governments are pouring into new airside development. Second there are the manufacturers of ground support equipment on the ramp who have an increasingly wide spectrum of potential buyers to attract, be they airport operators, ground handlers, airlines or maintenance companies. Third, there are the manufacturers who supply lighting systems, hangarage, drainage systems, perimeter fences and all the other features that fill the airside landscape. Fourth, there are the airside service-providers – such as fuel suppliers and runway maintenance companies – without which any airport would come to a halt. The airside component of the airport is awash with new technologies, new equipment and new services that have been developed to fulfil airlines’ wish-lists for a sleek, slick and uneventful airside experience. Airside International is your new guide to the decisions being made by heads of procurement in the airport operating organisations, the airlines, the ground handlers and the maintenance companies; it is also an information source related to innovation in airside infrastructure, equipment and services.
Airline Ground Services, published twice a year, looks at the increasing diversity of services procured by airlines on the ground. We illustrate accurately how comprehensive airline procurement of services on the ground has become, both inside the terminal building and on the ramp. Airline Ground Services also features in-depth interviews with heads of procurement at the airlines, whether scheduled, charter, low-cost or regional carriers. Airline Ground Services’ editorial aim is to deliver far-reaching features and news items on traditional areas of passenger, baggage, ramp and catering activities. It additionally explores other services outsourced by airlines on the ramp including: line maintenance, refuelling, IT, security, cabin repair and cleaning. We do not forget the services available to airlines inside the terminal building either. This is where IT enablement of processes is taking man-hours out of traditional handling functions. In this magazine, we will also continue to deliver in-depth interviews with heads of procurement at the airlines, be they scheduled, charter, cargo, low-cost, regional or charter.
Cargo Airports & Services was launched by Eva International to considerable acclaim in September 2011, and is a sister magazine to Airline Ground Services. It is now published twice yearly, although our intention is to increase frequency to quarterly in the future. As the name suggests, the magazine focuses primarily on cargo activities at and around airports globally, covering everything from airport strategy to ground handling sheds and the equipment inside them, and the freight forwarding facilities and logistics parks nearby – as well as, of course, the people who work in them. We also look upstream, at key challenges for airlines and forwarders, in order to understand the context for some of the cargo decisions affecting the airport environment. Cargo Airports & Services contains a mixture of news analysis, interviews, opinion pieces, and in-depth feature articles, covering the international air cargo market.