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Airlines sector advertising in print dips 15 pc during 2009: AdEx Analysis

03-May-2010
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Airlines sector advertising in print dips 15 pc during 2009: AdEx Analysis

Airlines sector advertising in print decreased by 15 per cent during 2009, as compared to 2008. Maximum advertising of international airlines was seen in print during 2009, with Emirates Airlines leading the advertising of international airlines. Spicejet Ltd was the top advertiser among domestic airlines during 2009. More

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