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Aviation Week Finally Sold off by McGraw-Hill, to Penton Media

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Jul 24, 2013 3:12 pm

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Aviation Week has a good brand and portfolio competing with FlightGlobal in the aviation industry, but needs a heavy dose of digital mojo. Its new parent Penton is still trying to figure that out itself.

— Rafat Ali

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McGraw Hill Financial has sold Aviation Week to Penton in an all-cash deal…Penton plans to house Aviation Week in its existing Aviation Group, consisting of six core brands including Air Transport World, Speed News and Airportdata.com.

The Aviation Week platform includes a major events group as well, with around 15 produced—the total audience reach is 1.2 million, claim the companies.

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