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Airline’s publications will be onboard in November 2009

Martinair appoints Ink to produce its new magazine and inflight retail guide

Ink is pleased to announce that it has been appointed by Martinair to produce the airline’s two bilingual Dutch and English language publications. Both will be onboard in November 2009.

Martinair’s magazine will cover a range of topics, with issue one focusing on underground restaurants in Havana, the real Orlando rodeo circuit and Do-It-Yourself. The magazine will embrace the spirit of independent travellers who have a mind of their own. There will also be an extensive duty-free section listing the airline’s extensive range of products available onboard.

Τhe entertainment menu will contain the airline’s movie, TV and audio listings, and the wide range of drinks and snacks available onboard. The six-page foldout menu will make it easy for passengers to see at a glance what Martinair offers onboard.

“We were looking for a publisher that could relaunch our magazines, giving them a fresh new look that is modern but also fun, and promote Martinair’s long-haul destinations. Ink’s track record shows they are more than able to achieve this. We are looking forward to a long and prosperous relationship with them,” said Joris Wels, Martinair’s SVP Sales & Marketing Passenger Business.

“We are delighted to be working with Martinair on these exciting new projects. The airline flies to some of the world’s most exciting destinations – including Cancun, Havana and Orlando – which we’ll cover in every issue giving insightful information to serve passengers flying today and inspire future travel,” said Michael Keating, Ink’s Executive Creative Director.

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