The Aviation Week Network is a New-York based B2B publishing and event production company. The company was owned and published by McGraw-Hill until it was purchased by Penton Media in 2013.
The Aviation Week Network is best known for Its flagship magazine, Aviation Week & Space Technology. Source
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