Introducing a New Airline Weekly Subscriber Benefit

Madhu Unnikrishnan

April 30th, 2021 at 1:05 PM EDT

Over the last couple of years we’ve changed the way we deliver Airline Weekly in order to make it more accessible in more places to more readers. Today, we’re launching the next phase of this project, which will give Airline Weekly subscribers more exclusive access to the latest news and data from our team.

When Airline Weekly launched in 2004, the airline industry and the way we consumed media and information were much different. Our aim is to stand out in the deluge of news and information, to offer our subscribers news and analysis available nowhere else: CEO interviews, exclusive stories, and breaking news.

Last year, we introduced AW Daily to engage with our community of our readers every day and not wait until Sunday night to break news. And since its launch, we’ve broken dozens of stories and featured stories that you’ll find first on Airline Weekly.

The weekly publication will continue to offer the news and analysis you’ll value, but every story in the publication now is original, reported out by our team.

This subscriber benefit will remain free if you get Airline Weekly. Everyone else can access three free stories a month, after which they will be prompted to subscribe. Our podcasts and social media will continue to be open to all.

We hope you like the new Airline Weekly. As ever, if you have any feedback, do not hesitate to contact me at [email protected].

— Madhu Unnikrishnan,

Madhu Unnikrishnan

April 30th, 2021 at 1:05 PM EDT

Photo credit: An arrivals and departure board at Newark International Airport.  Skift

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