Aircraft Commerce is a unique bi-monthly publication that scrutinises commercial
aircraft and engines from an operating performance and economic point of view.
The main editorial subjects in Aircraft Commerce include:
- aircraft analysis & fleet planning,
- maintenance & engineering,
- flight operations,
- aircraft connectivity and e-enablement,
- IT systems in operations and maintenance,
- and freight.
Aircraft Commerce’s unique editorial content provides operating performance and cost information, a variety of additional fleet planning and aircraft selection, and aircraft management data and information. This is used by airline executives, aircraft lessors, and maintenance repair & overhaul (MRO) organisations.
All articles that have been published since the first issue in 1998 have been archived in the article library.
Aircraft Commerce has a global readership of more than 10,000. More than 80% of these are senior airline personnel. This circulation and readership is audited bi-annually by BPA.
In addition to the Aircraft Commerce magazine, Aircraft Commerce also holds five annual conferences. Three are held in the US, Europe and the Asia Pacific on the subject of IT systems in operations and maintenance. A fourth is on the subject of flight operations, and the fifth is on the subject of aircraft connectivity and e-enablement.