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Air Transport Publications Ltd (ATP) brings authoritative and independent coverage to the aviation market through its popular print magazines, directories and newsletter.


ATP was founded in 1996 with the Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering Directory. This soon became an indispensible business aid and was joined by the Air Cargo Directory, Airline Directory and Airport Directory.


From these specialist yearbooks grew four quarterly magazines and a monthly newsletter that analyse and report on the developments in their respective sectors. Airline Cargo Management, Low Cost & Regional Airline Business, Aircraft Cabin Management, MRO Management and MRO News Focus are written by established aviation journalists and are respected sources of strategy for senior aviation professionals around the world.


Our titles have now expanded beyond their print borders and are available to a wider audience through this website. We have also developed new digital products – Channels – that offer more regular industry updates and connect content from across our publications around four core focus areas: Airlines, Cargo, Maintenance and Airports.


In 2014, we added conferences to our growing portfolio. The Aircraft Cabin Maintenance Conference – where form meets function; offers informative insight into the design aesthetics needed to create a world class passenger experience, as well as the maintenance requirements needed to achieve them. We also produce the Cabin Refurbishment and Repair Conference; aimed at those working on the maintenance and upkeep of cabin interiors, it explores how the introduction of next generation aircraft has seen major carriers pushing the limits on design, materials and technology in their new cabins.


This June, we will host the first Predictive Aircraft Maintenance Conference. A combination of increased computerisation and connectivity means new generation aircraft can generate massive amounts of data on each flight. Collecting and analysing that data across an entire airline fleet, or an entire aircraft fleet, is producing an insight into how systems and components really operate. Instead of removal for overhaul at fixed intervals, they can be continuously monitored and removed if their performance deteriorates.


Air Transport Publications Ltd was bought by Samedan Ltd in November 2006; they have worked side-by-side as sister companies from the same office in London since January 2007.


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MRO Management


Now in its 21st year, MRO Management stands out as the industry’s leading feature-based publication covering maintenance, repair and overhaul in the commercial aircraft sector.


A well-respected magazine, MRO Management provides readers with an insight into current business thinking and the strategies driving this industry. Our experienced writers regularly visit and interview senior figures at facilities around the world, and share this varied expertise with the reader, making MRO Management an unrivalled source of market intelligence.


MRO Management has built up a loyal readership in more than 150 countries over the past 14 years, making it a truly global magazine.

Each issue looks at airframes, engines, components, business and IT and includes up-to-the-minute analysis of current issues affecting MRO.


MRO Management is published quarterly in March, June, September and December. To visit the MRO Management website, click here.


Airline Cargo Management


Airline Cargo Management stands out as the industry's leading feature-based B2B magazine covering the air cargo industry.


With in-depth articles, industry research and detailed market analysis at the core of its editorials, this quarterly magazine examines topics affecting cargo airlines, freight forwarders, cargo airports, cargo handling agents and others working in the air cargo community.


With distribution to over 190 countries, Airline Cargo Management is a truly global publication, and we aim to reflect this by giving coverage to all regions of the world. Further to this, we strive to use only the best aviation journalists and commentators who are not afraid to ask probing questions in an effort to give you the most useful analysis of the business strategies and key issues shaping the air cargo industry.


Airline Cargo Management is published in March, June, September and December. To visit the Airline Cargo Management website click here.

Low Cost & Regional Airline Business


Low Cost & Regional Airline Business is the only B2B magazine dedicated to analysing business strategies in the low-cost and regional airline industries.


This features-based magazine delivers in-depth and prudent industry analysis on a broad range of topics; from aircraft and airports, to business practices and the latest technology, as well as regional focuses and coverage of major industry events. There are also regular interviews with key decision-makers sharing their experience and expertise of the low-cost and regional airline industries.


Low Cost & Regional Airline Business is published quarterly in January, April, July and October. To visit the website, click here.

Aircraft Cabin Management


Launched in 2012, Aircraft Cabin Management is the first B2B magazine to take an in-depth look at every aspect of the design, manufacture and operation of modern airline and business aircraft cabins.


The latest products, materials and design concepts are all key to successful cabin management, but what about the reliability, maintainability, environmental impact and retrofits, even regulatory issues? Each issue closely examines all of these topics, helping airlines to address the balance between passenger appeal and operational efficiency.


Aircraft Cabin Management is published quarterly in January, April, July and October. To visit the website, click here.

MRO News Focus

MRO News Focus is a monthly newsletter, delivering current and concise MRO industry news to our readers. MRO News Focus features headline news stories, news digest, contracts, products and services, financial results, new appointments and industry events.


MRO News Focus is distributed at the start of each calendar month to our subscribers in a PDF format. To make sure that you don't miss out, visit the MRO News Focus website or click here to subscribe.

Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering Directory

Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering Directory

The annual Aircraft Maintenance & Engineering Directory contains articles on worldwide MRO developments and industry reference information, together with data on the major players in the industry. It has established itself as the most comprehensive source of available information on MRO facilities worldwide.

Airline Directory

Airline Directory

The Airline Directory contains indispensable information covering global airline developments, as well as directory listings, with contact details of airlines, ground handling agents, and manufacturers and suppliers of airline-related equipment, systems and services.

Airport Directory

Airport Directory

The Airport Directory is a comprehensive reference tool that contains contact details and descriptions of over 3,000 industry suppliers, airports, industry associations and organisations, and airport regulating authorities.

Air Cargo Directory

Air Cargo Directory

The Air Cargo Directory contains indispensable information covering global air cargo developments, as well as directory listings, with contact details of airports, airlines, cargo handling agents, general sales agents (GSAs), plus manufacturers and suppliers of air cargo related equipment, systems and services.


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