Airline Business Magazine Appoints new EditorBy Airline Business, PRNE
Sunday, November 28, 2010
LONDON, November 29, 2010 - Leading strategic airline boardroom magazine Airline Business has
appointed one of aviation's foremost industry journalists Max Kingsley-Jones
as its new editor, succeeding Mark Pilling, who has been promoted to the
position of Publisher, Flightglobal Publications.
Kingsley-Jones joins Airlines Business, which is part of the Flightglobal
publishing group that includes publications such as Flight International and
Flight Daily News as well as its website www.flightglobal.com, after a
spell as the Senior International Air Transport Editor of Aviation Week.
Previously he was deputy editor of Flight International, the industry's
leading international aviation title that celebrated its 100th anniversary in
2009. Kingsley-Jones had been with Flight International for 15 years,
initially as its Commercial Aviation Editor. He was promoted to the position
of Deputy Editor in 2007
"Max is regarded as one of the world's leading airline journalists and I
am delighted that he is coming to lead Airline Business, which has just
celebrated its 25th birthday, into its next 25 years," said Mark Pilling.
"This appointment demonstrates the commitment the group has to bring in
the best talent available to strengthen and expand our editorial teams and
demonstrates our ambition to develop our brands in the years ahead," he said.
The Airline Business editor's role spans a range of initiatives,
including dailies, online, video, events, interactive magazines and other
21st Century publishing activities.
Mark Pilling has been with the Airline Business editorial team since
2000, taking on the role of editor in 2005. In his new post of Publisher,
Flightglobal Publications, he will be responsible for Flightglobal's magazine
business encompassing Airline Business, Flight International, Flight Daily
News and JP Publications.
Notes to editors:
About Airline Business - Since 1985 when Airline Business made its debut in airline boardrooms, the magazine has forged a high quality reputation of reporting in-depth on the strategic and economic drivers of the airline business. Airline Business is published by Reed Business Information UK (RBI UK) - Reed Business Information UK brings over 100 market leading brands to an audience of 30 million decision makers worldwide through its multi-platform media of web products, magazines, exhibitions, conferences and industry awards. - For a full listing of our portfolio see RBI UK's website www.reedbusiness.co.uk
For more information and any general queries please contact: Mark Pilling, Publisher, Flightglobal publications, Tel: +44(0)208-652-4993, Email: mark.pilling at rbi.co.uk .
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