Airline Subscribers

“Aircraft Commerce’s editorial is always thought provoking, insightful and informative to read. Thank you for publishing such a high quality aviation magazine.” Steffen Harpoth, Silver Air.

“I find Aircraft Commerce the most useful of all the airline publications in circulation”Gerry Simpson, Air Canada

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Why Subscribe? – Airlines:

A subscription to Aircraft Commerce provides consultants with a one stop vast reference tool, saving airlines vital man hours.  Over 500 airlines worldwide currently use Aircraft Commerce – see a sample of airline subscribers opposite.

Aircraft Commerce is a vast reference tool, providing an airline’s management with exceptional unbiased information on all aspects of running an airline.  It provides airlines with access to over 500 feature articles concerning:
full guides on all major aircraft & engine types
(inc. fuel burn, maintenance analysis & budget specification, fleet analysis, modifications, aftermarket & lease values),
maintenance costs analysis (all major aircraft & engine types),
aircraft financing,
fleet planning,
the latest airline revenue techniques,
IT systems for both MRO & Operations,
freight business, and lots more…

There are also 100s of features analysing all aspects of the following OEMs and the various aircraft and engine types:
Boeing,
Airbus,
ATR,
Embraer,
McDonnell Douglas,
Bombardier,
Pratt & Whitney,
Rolls Royce,
CFM,
General Electric, plus other aircraft & engine types

The main benefit behind Aircraft Commerce is the exceptional level of its research.  Each article uses the OEMs and vendors own figures but then verifies these with the actual users – the airlines.  Therefore each article gives unbiased, heavily researched data which can save an airline 100s of man hours and help them to make informed decisions on key big budget items  (click on the links above to see what articles are available to download).  The data available on these web pages and in the magazine would cost an airline USD 1000s if they went to a consultant, but Aircraft Commerce is currently available at half price for your first year subscription at just  € 140.00 / USD 165.00.  A key cost saving solution in the current difficult financial climate.

Aircraft Commerce has therefore become an essential cost effective research tool for airlines the world over.  You too can see why Aircraft Commerce is so valued by taking advantage of our special half price introductory of just: $ 165.00 / € 140.00 for your first year (subsequent years: $ 325.00 / € 290.00). 

Your annual subscription will provide you with:

  • 6 issues of Aircraft Commerce
  • Access to over 500 Aircraft Commerce feature articles at our online library – access via login system.
  • Additional 3 login details so your colleagues can also research the data.  Therefore, one subscription is usually sufficent for one airline making Aircraft Commerce even better value.
  • Money back guarantee if now wholly satisfied.

Still not sure?

Click here to request a free demo of the online library.

Click here to download sample articles.

Click here to view the content of the entire online library using our powerful search engine.

Click here to view our latest issue.

Call +44 1403 230 700 for more information or email to: sales@aircraft-commerce.com

Airline Testimonials:

“For many years it has been a pleasure to read Aircraft Commerce magazine.  The carefully researched in-depth analysis of aircraft and engine performance means that the magazine consistently provides me with a source of highly valuable information.  Aircraft Commerce’s editorial is always throught provoking, insightful and informative to read.  Thank you for publishing such a high quality aviation magazine.” – Steffen Harpoth, CEO, Silver Air

“I find Aircraft Commerce the most useful of all the airline publications in circulation”Gerry Simpson, Air Canada


“I
 read Aircraft Commerce and am very much impressed by it.  The in-depth coverage of various issues of convern to all aviation professionals, owner’s guide about different airframe / engine variants and informative topics on maintenance and engineering, inventory management, freighter business etc, has really made your magazine an indispensable almanac for an airline executive like me.” – P Rengarajan, General Manager (E-Project), Air India

“I am a regular reader of Aircraft Commerce and find it very imformative.  It covers a wide rage of contents relvent to today’s airline business around the world.” – Digamber Rajbhandari, Director Quality Assurance and Flight Safety, Nepal Airlines Corporation

“Thank you for your remarkable analysis.  We reference your data when we update our budget planning.  We really value our subscription” – Aryo Wijoseno, Material Manager, GMF AeroAsia 

“Powerplant Services considers the Aircraft Commerce maintenance cost analysis to be one of the few unbiased opportunities to benchmark our own performance.  Consequently, Aircraft Commerce data are used as a reference in our ‘engine maintenance cost per flight hour’ reports.” – Rolf Schoeddert, Manager Propulsion Systems Engineering, Lufthansa Technik.

“Aircraft Commerce differs from other aircraft & aviation managzines I read.  Its uniqueness lies in the deep research and analytic writing on operating costs as well as commercial and operational aspexts of the airline business.  There is a balance between detailed information and clarity, making the magazine both very useful and enjoyable to read.” – Petur Eiriksson, Managing Director, Icelandair Cargo.

“Aircraft Commerce gives airlines valuable and accurate information.  Furthermore, Aircraft Commerce has given me technical support on evaluating past and future projects, and how these will impact our growth and position in the air freight business”. – Maurcio Londono, COO, Tampa Cargo Airlines.

“I always read your magazine with great interest and I highly complement you and your editorial team for the truly outstanding content” – Thomas Bommer, Manager Marketing, Maximus Air Cargo.

“Thank you for publishing such a magazine with highly valuable information” – Laid Bouchama, Head of Quality Assurance Dept, Air Algerie.

 

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Airlines currently subscribed to Aircraft Commerce include:
  • Airlines A-E
  • ABSA Cargo
  • Adria Airways
  • Aegean Airlines
  • Aer Lingus
  • Aerocondor
  • Aeroflot
  • Aeroflot-Don
  • Aerogal
  • Aerolineas Argentinas
  • Aeromexico
  • Aerosucre
  • Aerosur
  • Aerosvit Airlines
  • Aerounion
  • Afriqiyah Airways
  • Air Algerie
  • Air Baltic
  • Air Burundi
  • Air Canada
  • Air China
  • Air Comet
  • Air Contractors
  • Air Express Algeria
  • Air Fiji
  • Air France
  • Air Iceland
  • Air Jamaica
  • Air Macau
  • Air Madagascar
  • Air Malawi
  • Air Mandalay
  • Air Mauritius
  • Air Memphis
  • Air New Zealand
  • Air Niugini
  • Air One
  • Air Pacific
  • Air Philippines
  • Air Senegal
  • Air Seychelles
  • Air Tahiti
  • Air Tanzania
  • Air Vanuatu
  • Air Via
  • Air Wisconsin
  • AirAsia
  • Air-India
  • Airnorth
  • AirTran Airways
  • Alaska Airlines
  • All Nippon Airways
  • American Airlines
  • American Eagle Airlines
  • Ameriflight
  • Amsterdam Airlines
  • Arik Air
  • Arkia Israeli Airlines
  • Asian Spirit
  • Astar Air Cargo
  • Astreaus
  • Augsburg Airways
  • Austral Lineas Aereas
  • Austrian Airlines
  • Aviacsa
  • Avianca
  • Aviateca
  • Azerbaijan Airlines
  • Bahamasair
  • Bahrain Air
  • Bangkok Airways
  • Belair Airlines
  • Bellview Airlines
  • Biman Bangladesh Airlines
  • Blue Air
  • Blue Dart Aviation
  • Blue Islands
  • Blue Line
  • Blue1
  • Bluebird Cargo
  • BMI
  • BMI Baby
  • British Airways
  • Buddha Air
  • Cameroon Airlines
  • Cargo Air
  • Cargojet Airways
  • Cargolux
  • Caribbean Airlines
  • Carpatair
  • Cathay Pacific
  • Cebu Pacific Air
  • Centurian Air Cargo
  • China Airlines
  • China Northern Airlines
  • China Southern Airlines
  • Comair
  • Continental Airlines
  • Cosmic Air
  • Croatia Airlines
  • Cyprus Airways
  • Dalavia
  • Denim Air
  • DHL
  • Dove Air Services
  • Dragonair
  • Druk-Air
  • Eagle Airways
  • Eastern Australia Airlines
  • Egyptair
  • El Al
  • Emirates
  • Estonian Air
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Euroatlantic Airways
  • Eurocypria Airlines
  • Eurolot
  • EVA Airways
  • ExpressJet
  • Eznis Airways
  • Plus many more..