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Aviation Week Dramatically Enhances the Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN)

    New York (ots/PRNewswire) -

    - New Online Tools Enable Aerospace Professionals To Better Use News,  Data and Analytics

    Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) has launched a series of enhancements that creates an integrated business tool for managers, business  developers, buyers and technical professionals across the entire aviation and  aerospace field. The upgrades and redesign combines all of the news, insights  and analysis of the Aviation Week Group publications with industry and  company data, people, products, technologies and fleets. AWIN is located at http://www.aviationweek.com/awin.

    "With the new AWIN, it's easier than ever to track a key customer, program, or competitor," said Kenneth E. Gazzola, Aviation Week Executive Vice President/Publisher. "It will allow subscribers to also find operators of certain aircraft and engine types, suppliers of certain systems, and participants in top programs. AWIN incorporates Aviation Week Group's breadth of coverage -- commercial aviation, defense, business aviation, space, MRO and homeland security -- with the tools that give aviation and aerospace professionals the ability to work more effectively and efficiently."

    Thanks to new "smart link" technology, subscribers can now dig deeper into a topic as they read an article, with links displayed for profiles of organizations mentioned, their fleets, and related articles in all Aviation Week Group publications. Plus relevant data, tools, charts, analysis, and profiles contained in the World Aviation Directory & Aerospace Database.

    Through AWIN's various search functions and "smart links", subscribers can now access more than 150,000 articles, 19,000 company profiles, 55,000 personnel listings, and industry suppliers in 6,000 product categories. AWIN also includes specifications for 3,100 aircraft and systems, nearly 4,000 analytical charts, and more than 2,100 commercial and military fleets totaling 97,000 fixed and rotary-wing aircraft. And, it includes newly enhanced fleet information from Airclaims Ltd. and Forecast International, plus industry data from Eclat Consulting and other leading sources.

    Other enhancements to AWIN include the editors' daily choices of top articles, and a focus on a market segment such as defense, commercial or MRO. Overhaul & Maintenance magazine is also added, as well as "Data & Tools" links to hundreds of charts and graphics produced by our editorial team.

    Those currently not an AWIN user can take a free trial to experience its value. Go to http://www.aviationweek.com/awin and click on "request a free trial." Additionally, you may contact our group sales department at aw_intelligence@aviationnow.com or call +1-202-383-2399 to organize a trial for your organization.

    "By giving AWIN subscribers the ability to view articles and data by topic, we are creating a unique resource for aviation and aerospace professionals to work more efficiently and effectively," said Mark Lipowicz, Aviation Week Group's Director of Content Development and Operations. "By linking together our vast resources, subscribers attain a competitive advantage in obtaining information."

    Located at http://www.aviationweek.com/awin, Aviation Week Intelligence Network includes news articles and data from Aviation Week Group publications including Aviation Week & Space Technology, Aerospace Daily & Defense Report, Aviation Daily, Airports, Overhaul & Maintenance, Homeland Security & Defense, NetDefense, The Weekly of Business Aviation, and the World Aviation Directory & Aerospace Database. In addition, data and analysis is provided through Aviation Week's proprietary resources, as well as from Forecast International, Airclaims Ltd., Eclat Consulting and other leading data sources.

    About Aviation Week Group

    With nearly 50 products and services and an audience of millions of professionals and enthusiasts, the Aviation Week Group, a division of The McGraw-Hill Companies, is the largest multimedia information and services provider to the global aviation and aerospace industry. The cornerstone of the Aviation Week portfolio is Aviation Week & Space Technology, the world's leading aviation and aerospace industry magazine, covering technology, business and operations in the commercial, military and space markets for nearly 100,000 paid subscribers in 180 countries. The group's web portal, http://www.aviationnow.com, offers the industry's most reliable news, information and features.

    About The McGraw-Hill Companies

    Founded in 1888, The McGraw-Hill Companies is a leading global information services provider meeting worldwide needs in the financial services, education and business information markets through leading brands such as Standard & Poor's, BusinessWeek and McGraw-Hill Education. The Corporation has more than 280 offices in 40 countries. Sales in 2003 were US$4.8 billion. Additional information is available at http://www.mcgraw-hill.com.

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