- Air Transport World
Air Transport World (ATW) is a monthly trade magazine covering the airline industry. It covers airline operations, market conditions, management, and related issues. Each year, it publishes a World Airline Report covering the state of the industry, and selects an Airline of the Year on the basis of operational excellence.
* [http://www.atwonline.com/magazine/about.html About the ATW Media Group]
* [http://www.atwonline.com Official Website]
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