For Immediate Release: Pyramid Media Group Just Released its AirGuide for the Frequent Flyer Magazine in a New Design

/ May 1, 2003 16:55

Pyramid Media Group Just Released its AirGuide for the Frequent Flyer Magazine in a New Design

New York (AirGuide – Pyramid Media Group) May 1, 2003 – Pyramid Media Group has just released the latest issue of its AirGuide for the Frequent Flyer magazine in its dynamic new print format. In the present chaotic global travel climate of security, health and bankrupt airlines, AirGuide along with its Web site www.AirGuideOnline.com and newsletters provides a dedicated and reliable resource for reporters who cover travel, online travel and the airlines.

“AirGuide is a new one stop source for travelers seeking basic facts on more than 100 of the world’s major airlines and airports. There is a mine of information on airline fleets and services – seating, food, entertainment, shopping and frequent flyer programs. You can check how much legroom you can expect in all classes – even which seat rows offer most room.” International Herald Tribune

AirGuide for the Frequent Flyer Magazine is dedicated to air travel and designed for business travelers and the corporate travel market. AirGuide is filled with tips and advice and provides everything global travelers need to know to make intelligent decisions before, during and after a voyage. AirGuide helps the traveler reserve the most comfortable seat, save money, avoid losing luggage, find the best frequent flyer program, understand airline alliances, even reduce the effects of jet lag.

www.AirGuideOnline.com is AirGuide Magazine’s online source and provides indispensable information on all the world’s airlines and airports from check-in to check out. In addition to all the content found in the magazine, AirGuide Online features weekly airline and travel news, information on great travel deals, plus dynamic travel articles. Topics covered include long and short haul flights, luxury accommodations and no frills airlines, sky rage and safety, Internet bookings, mobile phones, hotels, car rentals, ways to mix business and pleasure, health tips, the latest data on putting jet lag to rest, and much more.

The AirGuide team surveys the world’s airlines and airports about their services, and features passengers input about their likes and dislikes, to bring readers the most complete air travel information available.

Please check the following links for more details:

http://www.AirGuideOnline.com

What’s Hot and What’s Not First, business and economy class overviews and updates including airline services, flights, seating and comfort, food, entertainment, lounges, frequent flyer programs, Internet sites, gadgets and shopping.
Flight Reviews Long-haul, short-haul, domestic and international
Airline Food Reviews Long-haul, short-haul, domestic and international

Inside Air Travel Feature articles covering topics such as: no frills airlines, luxury air travel, ways to mix business and pleasure, money saving and practical tips, Internet bookings, mobile phones, hotels, car rentals, sky rage and safety, health tips, the latest data on beating jet lag, and much more.

Airline Reviews & Comments From Aer Lingus to Virgin

To sign up for your free subscription to AirGuide Magazine & AirGuide Online.
Please use code: mediaus
and go to: http://www.AirGuideonline/order_formsubs.htm

AirGuide magazine is available for sale at:
Barnes & Noble, Borders, and other major Bookstores
Airport newstands and bookstores

http://www.amazon.com

http://www.magazines.com

Pyramid Media Group is a leading provider of print and electronic media for the business, travel and aerospace markets. The company and its partners in the U.S. and Europe offer a spectrum of publications and services. The company has a fully integrated international multimedia production and distribution structure for traditional and new media. Pyramid was established in New York in 1992 and it opened its first Internet site in 1995 and has also offices in London and Switzerland. Since, Pyramid has expanded from a book publishing company into an international media and information services company.

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