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The Handbook of Business Aviation is the leading regional online and printed resource for pilots, operations departments and business aircraft owners.
Free copies of the annual EMEA print edition are mailed to decision-makers throughout Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Africa who own or operate business jets, turboprops or cabin-class twins, as well as all turbine helicopters.
And the Handbook delivers not only in print, but also online.
Our web site welcomes over 250,000 unique users every year, viewing millions of pages. All content is open for free access up to a limited page count, and leading aircraft operators and flight operations specialists worldwide pay for unlimited access through subscription.
You can rise above your competitors and catch the eye of our exclusive audience of professionals by selecting from a range of affordable, high impact advertising options.
These range from our premium locations - the tab dividers - down to our most economical option, the bold listings from just UK£165 to UK£225 each.
Twelfth or quarter page display advertising can also be located alongside your entry in the Handbook, or can be used more creatively by appearing in other sections alongside specific airports or aircraft types.
All advertising options also include free highlighting throughout the web site for the whole year, and display advertisers benefit also from company logos, photos and text profiles with these listings.
For more details please read our media brochure online, tablet edition or in PDF format. There is also a quick reference to our advertising rates, and a summary of some of the comments about the Handbook from our readers.
The closing date for advertising is Saturday, 1 April 2017: 4 days and counting!
Book now and your advertising will appear on this site immediately!
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