A regional publisher is set to produce an international airport’s new official magazine from next month.
The magazine will serve as a guide to travel, lifestyle and business for passengers and destinations both at home and abroad with a key focus on Aberdeen as a city.
Skylife will be edited by Karen Peattie, who is also managing editor of High Flyer, the Glasgow Airport passenger magazine launched by The Herald and Times Group six years ago.
Magazine publisher Darren Bruce said: “We are extremely pleased and proud to be working with AGS Airports Limited, the owner of both Aberdeen International and Glasgow Airports to publish their customer magazines, Skylife and High Flyer. In the same way that High Flyer informs and entertains on everything dedicated to Glasgow, its airport, passengers and destinations, Skylife will similarly champion Aberdeen.
“The new title will be delivered through a uniquely targeted print and digital distribution model which encompasses a bespoke solution for its commercial partners.”
The launch issue of Skylife will be published at the end of May and distributed throughout June and July, with 20,000 printed copies available both airside and landside via branded stands within the airport.
The magazine will also be available through targeted residential postcode door-drop, as well as carefully selected venues within the Aberdeen city area and within a run of the northern edition of The Herald in Aberdeen and its surrounding areas.