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Arabian Aerospace wins 'Best International Publication 2018'

Posted 18 July 2018 · Add Comment

Arabian Aerospace magazine - published by Southend based publishers Times Aerospace - has won 'Best International Publication 2018' (sponsored by BAE Systems), receiving the award at the Aerospace Media Dinner and Awards ceremony, held on Sunday 15th July at the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) in London.



Above: (left to right) Chris Colston director, business development, electronic systems, BAE Systems, Mark Brown, publisher of Arabian Aerospace and Fred MacAulay, guest presenter and comedian.
Courtesy The Aerospace Media Dinner and Awards


Publisher Mark Brown was presented the award by Chris Colston director, business development, electronic systems, BAE Systems and Fred MacAulay, guest presenter and comedian.



Above: 
(left to right) Mark Brown, publisher of Arabian Aerospace, showing the award to Alan Peaford, editor-in-chief of Arabian Aerospace (and ADVANCE magazine) on the ADVANCE stand in Hall 1 at the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow (FIA).
Courtesy Billy Pix


Alan Peaford, editor-in-chief, Arabian Aerospace said: “This is tremendously exciting for a regional magazine to shine among some of the great names of aerospace publishing. It says a lot about the vibrancy of the Middle East and North African aerospace and defence industry and is a recognition of our great team of specialist writers, photographers and production people.”

 

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