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Print advertising by airlines up 7% in 2004, says AdEx study

17-January-2005
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Print advertising by airlines up 7% in 2004, says AdEx study

Print advertising of domestic airlines has experienced a seven per cent rise in 2004, compared to last year. The first quarter witnessed the maximum spend this fiscal. Jet Airways tops the list of advertisers in terms of ad-spends.

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