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Business & Commercial Aviation Writers Awarded At Paris Air Show for Journalistic Excellence.

Business Editors/Aviation Writers & Columnists

RYE BROOK, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 10, 2001

Four contributing editors at Business & Commercial Aviation (B/CA) magazine have been recognized as Aerospace Journalists of the Year by the Britain's Royal Aeronautical Society. The awards, among the most respected in the global aerospace industry, cited the writers for excellence in four separate editorial categories.

Presented to B/CA during ceremonies at the recent Paris Air Show, the four awards are the most ever won by a magazine in a single year, and, combined with awards received by its editors in previous years make B/CA the most decorated business aviation publication in the 136-year history of the RAS.

This year seven B/CA editors were nominated in six different categories. The individual winners were:

 -- John Wiley for Best Air Transport Submission, "Booming Over
 the Atlantic"

 -- David Esler for Best Maintenance Submission, "Healthy Cabin"

 -- David Carlisle for Best Safety Submission, "Colliding With
 Nature: Gust Fronts"

 -- Robert Rossier for Best Systems or Technology Submission,
 "Problem PEDs"


Winning authors were chosen from more than 300 article entries submitted from publications based in more than 20 countries.

"Great journalism is the core of our magazine and has kept us a leader in aviation reportage and analysis for more than 40 years," said Business & Commercial Aviation publisher, Gil Wolin. "It is an honor to be recognized by the Royal Aeronautical Society. More importantly, it is a tribute to Bill Garvey, our Editor-in-Chief, and his entire staff as they continue their commitment to deliver editorial excellence to our readers."

Founded in 1958, Business & Commercial Aviation is the leading magazine of hands-on and how-to information for pilot safety, proficiency and flight department management. It is published by the AVIATION WEEK division of The McGraw-Hill Companies (NYSE: MHP), the world's premier multimedia information and service provider to the aerospace industry, with a core audience of more than one million professionals and enthusiasts.

Founded in 1888, The McGraw-Hill Companies is a global information services provider meeting worldwide needs in financial services, education and business-to-business information through leading brands such as Standard & Poor's, BusinessWeek and McGraw-Hill Education. The Corporation has more than 300 offices in 33 countries. Sales in 2000 were $4.3 billion. Additional information is available at www.mcgraw-hill.com.
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