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International Airlines print advertising up 76% in 2004, says AdEx study

24-January-2005
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International Airlines print advertising up 76% in 2004, says AdEx study

International Airline companies have pumped in more money in Indian print advertising in 2004. Advertising revenue has grown by a whopping 76 per cent over the previous year. Malaysia Airlines tops the list of advertisers in this category. Air India is in fourth place.

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