Commonwealth bus. media buys aviation industry assets.
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OAG Official Airline Guide
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OAG Open Application Group
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CBM Condition Based Maintenance
CBM Confidence-Building Measures
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AIG American International Group, Inc
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AIG Artificial Intelligence Group
AIG Australian Industry Group ; London) for an initial cash offering of 6 million [pounds sterling], with a further consideration of up to 1 million [pounds sterling] payable depending on certain conditions being met.
AIG organizes 21 annual exhibitions and conferences for the aviation industry, and produces three print titles and associated online properties. The exhibitions are held in the U.K., with the conferences taking place across the U.S., Middle East, Asia Pacific and Europe. Approximately 60% of AIG's 3 million [pounds sterling] total revenues are generated from trade shows and conferences.
The three print titles include: "Aircraft Technology, Engineering & Maintenance," a bimonthly bi·month·ly
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The currency market, also known as the Foreign Exchange market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average volume of over US $1 trillion. sectors of commercial aviation; "Airline Fleet & Network Management," a bimonthly magazine for global senior management involved in aircraft procurement, fleet management and network planning that covers the selection, finance, operation and maintenance of airline fleets; and, "The Engine Yearbook," an annual reference for aviation maintenance, engineering and mechanics.
CBM said the deal extends its geographical reach and enhances it product portfolio for the aviation industry, including BACK Aviation Solutions and OAG (London), a provider of passenger and cargo information to the global aviation industry. CBM purchased OAG for $4.9 million in cash in December.