Ink wins SN Brussels Airlines contract

Global inflight magazine giant Ink Publishing has pulled off a hat trick in the European country of Belgium and continued its strong run of wins during 2005.

Ink wins SN Brussels Airlines contract
Ink wins SN Brussels Airlines contract

The London-based publisher, which produces more inflight titles than any other magazine group in the world, has just been appointed to produce the on-board magazine for SN Brussels Airlines' medium and long-haul routes.

It now has inflight magazine contracts with all three major Belgian airlines: SN Brussels Airlines, Virgin Express and VLM Airlines.

The latest title to be seized will be another tri-lingual mag for Ink – with the editorial being written in English, French and Dutch.

Michael Keating, group editorial director at Ink Publishing, said: We are thrilled to be working for Belgium's flag carrier and largest airline.

"SN Brussels Airlines' multi-lingual passenger base and unique and diverse range of routes make the magazine a particularly interesting challenge."

He added: "We will be delivering inspiring destination guides, relevant features and in-flight entertainment information to passengers flying to SN destinations as far afield as Israel, Russia and Africa."

Ink recently won contracts for airlines in Eastern Europe and the Far East.

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