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The Pioneer Group and DIAL to launch a magazine for Delhi Airport

20-September-2017
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The Pioneer Group and DIAL to launch a magazine for Delhi Airport


The Pioneer Group and GMR group’s Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) have announced their collaboration to soon launch a monthly magazine for Delhi Airport, named DIALogue.

 

The 100-page magazine will contain articles on travel, tourism, lifestyle, fashion, wellness, health, cuisine, home appliances, sports gear and other items of retail therapy. The magazine will be widely distributed throughout the three terminals, including the international section of T3 terminal.

 

The editorial and design team of DIALogue will be led by The Pioneer’s Features Editor, Rinku Ghosh. “We are confident that air travellers passing through the Delhi airport will soon get addicted to this quality product, which we are sure will also attract top end advertisers from all segments,” said Chandan Mitra, Editor-in-Chief, Pioneer Group.

 

The Pioneer Group has previously published magazines for major private and public sector organisations such as Darpan and Namaskaar (for Air India,) Rail Bandhu (for Indian Railways) apart from its own Wellness and Lifestyle magazine Exotica, available in some 5-Star Hotel chains and certain Airport lounges.

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