About Top Flight



unique in-flight magazine about business aviation in Russia


  • FOUNDER AND PUBLISHER :
    Publishing House “Legenda Media” Ltd.
  • DEBUTED:
    in January, 2007
  • REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE:
    ПИ № ФС77-43915 dated February 17, 2011
  • SIZE:
    200х276 mm
  • NUMBER OF PAGES:
    120-140 pages
  • NUMBER OF COPIES:
    30 000
  • FREQUENCY:
    12 releases per year

  • Top Flight is an in-flight publication for passengers who fly with business aviation. The magazine was launched in 2007 and since that time has become a leader in this category.
  • Being a lifestyle magazine, Top Flight covers a broad spectrum of topics, including travel, business aviation, style, culture and hobbies and delivers a thorough selection of products, services and destinations of superior value and quality.
  • Neatly designed and well-written, the magazine creates perfect ambience for many state-of-the-art objects, be it cars, aircraft, yachts or jewelry. And the magazine covers all that topics and issues, featuring most valuable and adorable things one can get from life: destinations, masterpieces of horlogerie and jewelry etc.
  • The magazine also publishes information that used to be available only for market professionals: annual costs of aircraft ownership, reviews of the jet market, useful tips for constant travellers.
  • Top Flight is distributed in all major ports of business aviation in Russia (such as: VIP-terminals Vnukovo, Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Pulkovo) and on boards of business aviation aircraft. The magazine belongs to a holding that controls 25% of business aviation services with flights departing from Moscow. The holding works closely with most of major business aviation companies operating in Russian market.
  • Our audience comprises the most affluent group of population: wealthy entepreneurs, businessmen and top-ranked executives of the biggest Russian and international companies, as well as their families. Nowadays, more than 5 000 business jets flights take off in Russia every month, carrying more than 20 000 passengers on boards in total.