One of the world's top aviation hubs expands with new services
AeroTime Hub, one of the largest aviation digital hubs currently in the world, is expanding its portfolio by adding multiple aviation events, recruitment and news services under one umbrella.
With over 600,000 readers per month, AeroTime Hub currently holds the title of the second largest digital aviation hub in the world in terms of unique visitors. Now, the hub is expanding further by consolidating AeroTime News, AeroTime Recruitment, AeroTime Events, AeroTime Pilot Training, and two stand-alone brands: the global aviation conference, exhibition and awards AIR Convention and a job-board for aviation professionals AviationCV.com.
All six products in the new portfolio are well-established services that were previously connected to AviationCV.com. The consolidation of them will increase connectivity among the community of aviation professionals through information, analysis, business events, education and employment.
“AeroTime Hub is a multi-channel aviation digital hub, pioneering the way forward for combining world-class breaking news, aviation intelligence, business development and entertainment,” Mindaugas Gumauskas, AeroTime Hub CEO, explains, adding that the consolidation will open up new strategic possibilities for readers and the company’s clients.
Always focused on the reader, AeroTime Hub is also launching an upgraded website design that allows to catch up with the latest news and trends in aviation more easily, especially on mobile devices. The new look also helps to locate and access six products instantly.
Meet AeroTime Hub services:
- AeroTime News
- AeroTime Recruitment
- AeroTime Events
- AeroTime Pilot Training
- AIR Convention
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