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Outlook Group and DIAL launch ‘Outlook Lounge’ at Delhi Airport

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Outlook Group and DIAL launch ‘Outlook Lounge’ at Delhi Airport

The Outlook Group and Delhi International Airport Pvt Ltd (DIAL) has launched ‘Outlook Lounge’, catering to the air travellers. The monthly magazine will be made available at all departure terminals of the Delhi Airport.

Commenting on the launch, BS Shantharaju, CEO, DIAL, said, “DIAL is happy to partner with the Outlook Group to launch this magazine for the passengers. It will not only help passengers stay in touch with the latest updates on the development of IGIA, but also provide wholesome infotainment for them.”

Maheshwer Peri, Publisher, Outlook Group, said, “We always felt that we should enter the custom publishing market when the best opportunity comes our way. We are happy that we have been chosen to cater to the readership requirements of the air travellers at the Delhi Airport. The airport, with a traffic throughput of 24 million (2007-08) passengers, is the second busiest airport in the country with about 70,000 passengers travelling per day. This traffic is projected to climb to about 36 million passengers by 2010. It is a great opportunity for us to reach out to the best audience.”

‘Outlook Lounge’ aims to provide a mix on travel, lifestyle and leisure content. The magazine would cover exotic destinations, latest gizmos, latest trends, lifestyle, entertainment, financial planning, aviation updates and health advice, along with reviews on movies, music, books and much more.

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