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OnAir Magazine – a magazine for a million passengers

Author: Adria Airways

"I am proud to be able to present a magazine that reaches a million passengers every year. With this redesigned magazine, we have aimed to bring the destinations our passengers can travel to with us even closer to them. We have sought out interesting, unusual and useful information, with a single purpose – that of offering passengers a convenient, inspiring and comfortable travel experience." With these words, Adria Airways managing director Arno Schuster introduced the redesigned OnAir Magazine.

In the first three months of this year, Adria has carried 227,500 passengers, which is approximately 17,000 more than in the same period last year.

The 80-page magazine is published four times a year. Its function is both informative and promotional. Complimentary copies of the bilingual (Slovene/English) magazine are available aboard Adria's aircraft, in the business lounge at Ljubljana Airport, at trade fairs in the context of the international promotion of Slovenia, and at various conferences.

This issue of the magazine includes, alongside first-hand travel reports from experienced travel writers, a presentation of the Albanian capital Tirana, where Mediterranean charm blends with eastern mystery and the old meets the new. We also offer four ideas for an active summer day out on one of Slovenia's rivers – something visitors to this little country below the Alps can easily experience for themselves. Shorter articles in the magazine highlight news from Adria's destinations and offer information on upcoming events. The magazine also dedicates space to bloggers who travel with Adria. "People have been travelling with us to various parts of the world for 56 years. Our new Retro column is an opportunity to look back at our legacy. Together with our readers, we will revive memories of all the beautiful and fascinating moments spent travelling with Slovenia's national airline," added Schuster.