Air Charter Guide Gets Redesign
Users of the Air Charter Guide will notice a complete redesign of the publication, starting with the June edition. The worldwide guide to charter operators now appears alphabetically by country, rather than regionally. Maps within each section have undergone a redesign and a complete worldwide index of operators will make the information much easier for subscribers to navigate. The two-column format throughout, once reserved for Metro sections, makes the directory more readable.
“The new design makes it much more user friendly,” said Francine Brasseur, associate publisher of the Air Charter Guide. “We have simplified the ad sizes as well, giving it a fresh, bold look.”
Along with the redesign of the Air Charter Guide, Brasseur announced the planned reintroduction in December of the Air Cargo Supplement, a free user guide to air cargo carriers, brokers and handlers. “We stopped publishing the air cargo supplement a year ago, and we are still getting requests for it,” said Brasseur. “As a result, we decided to bring it back at the end of this year.”
Detailed listings of air cargo carriers in the supplement include maximum weight and floor bearing, cubic meters or feet, hazmat (hazardous material) and livestock capabilities and cabin pressurization.