Private charter jets and publishing align as a Key Air Ink collaboration creates Ascent Magazine.
Private charter jet service Key Air has combined efforts with Ink media. This Key Air Ink collaboration creates Ascent Magazine, the jet service brand’s new bespoke in-flight magazine. Ascent is one of 40 magazines being produced by Ink. Each quarterly magazine will feature travel destinations, fashion and luxury accessories and feature stories. Passengers on Key Air’s assortment of Gulfstreams, Falcon Jets, Bombardier and Hawker aircraft will enjoy perusing the magazine in-flight. The first issue is also accessible online.
“We are happy to partner with a prestigious publishing firm as Ink,” commented Alan DePeters, Key Air President and CEO. “We are continually striving to enhance our clients’ on board travel experience and this includes providing them with quality products and publications for their enjoyment, relaxation and information. We focus on every aspect of our clients’ travel experience, from preflight to inflight to arriving at their final destination, ensuring our clients’ needs and expectations are met and exceeded.”
Founded in 1994 in London, Ink is the world leader in travel media and technology. It produces 28 magazines in 18 languages for many airline and railway brands. Aside from the London headquarters, Ink has additional offices in Atlanta, Dallas, Miami, New York, Melbourne, São Paulo and Singapore. Its publications reach 677 million passengers through out-of-home inflight magazines, online magazines and on mobile devices.