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Airlines category advertising in Print posted smart rise in 2005: AdEx study

28-June-2006
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Airlines category advertising in Print posted smart rise in 2005: AdEx study

The Airlines category saw a jump of 53% in Print advertising in 2005. The category grew considerably in 2005 with 51% rise in Domestic Airlines advertising and 54% in International Airlines advertising. Deccan Aviation and Emirates Airlines were the top advertisers in Q1 2006.

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