RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Diio, LLC, an industry leader in providing self-service business intelligence solutions to the airline and travel industries, is excited to announce the inclusion of a free Airline Weekly news archive in the company’s flagship market intelligence product Diio Mi.
“We're continually trying to add meaningful content to Diio Mi,” noted Chief Marketing Officer Joel Antolini. “Diio has been a big fan of Airline Weekly for many years. We love the insights its writers provide and the subtle humor in their writing style, so we're ecstatic that they agreed to partner with us.”
“This is a great fit,” said Seth Kaplan, Managing Partner of Airline Weekly. “Combining Diio Mi’s abundant aviation data and Airline Weekly’s analysis in one product will be a boon for users of both products.”
Spanning more than a decade of Airline Weekly worldwide coverage and insightful analysis, this innovative, new Diio Mi feature provides users with the means to go beyond the numbers and learn how historical real-world events impact airline planning and marketing decisions. Searchable by date, keyword, or key phrase, the Airline Weekly news archive provides a rich and respected source for market information. Users may download relevant articles or entire Airline Weekly issues in PDF format. Diio Mi users who currently subscribe to the publication have access to the entire archive, while non-subscribers may access content older than six weeks.
About Diio, LLC
Diio, LLC is a world leader in business intelligence tools and technology for the airline and travel industries. The company is the preferred business intelligence source for hundreds of the world’s leading airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers, aviation advisors, travel professionals, and destination marketers. Diio’s airline customers account for more than 77 percent of global capacity and include the top 18 carriers in North America.
About Airline Weekly
Airline Weekly is published by Airline Weekly Corp., an independent company of journalists and airline industry professionals with an intense interest in worldwide commercial passenger aviation. The subscriber-supported newsletter is paid for by readers who want a more interesting read about the airline industry. For more than a decade, Airline Weekly has been informing its readers about airline profits and losses, aircraft markets, airport developments, who's flying where and product and marketing innovations.