Aviation Week Intelligence Network trial – ends 1 August
Calling everyone who needs global business aviation intelligence!
We have arranged for you to take part in a two week trial to the Aviation Week Intelligence Network (or AWIN for short), starting from Monday 19 July.
Created by teams of aviation and aerospace defence experts, this resource provides industry journalism, data, and analytics. You will have access to the Business Aviation Intelligence Bundle, which contains two types of content:
- Data products – Organizations, personnel, products and services, program suppliers database, business aviation fleet data databases.
- Current and past issues of Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, Air Transport World, Aviation Daily, Aviation Week & Space Technology, Inside MRO, ShowNews, SpeedNews.
You can also select to receive daily and weekly industry news straight to your inbox. There are some examples on our intranet page to give you an idea of the type of content they provide.
To help you make the most of the trial we have arranged for a representative to provide three introductory sessions on Teams during the trial period, two in the first week and one in the second.
Try it now!
Please visit our dedicated intranet page to find out how to log in to AWIN, and for the Teams links.
Tell us what you think
Please send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell us if you find it useful, and if you think it would be a worthwhile addition to our resources, funds allowing.
Note: Not all of the content on AWIN is part of the trial, so you may find content that you cannot access.
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