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Redesign for easyJet Traveller

easyJet Traveller magazine, published by travel media company Ink, last week unveiled its redesign.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 06 November 2017 08:38

Redesign for easyJet Traveller

Jonny Ensall: "This isn’t a typical, glossy travel magazine: it’s a companion for real people who want to make the most of wherever they land."

Following its recent “Magazine of the Year” award win at the Travel Media Awards in October 2017, easyJet Traveller has undergone several stylistic changes, say the publishers.

Editor Jonny Ensall says the magazine's vibrancy, down-to-earth tone and stunning photography aims to make passengers holiday more.

He said: “easyJet is the favourite airline of a generation of smart travellers, and this is their magazine. This isn’t a typical, glossy travel magazine: it’s a companion for real people who want to make the most of wherever they land. It’s packed with exciting characters, storytelling and striking photography.

“Travel is about experiences: emotional, hilarious, gluttonous, life changing. All this is reflected on every page.

“Everything about this magazine is vivid and authentic. It feels alive in your hands.”

easyJet Traveller's November cover is shared by three powerhouses of British cuisine – Nuno Mendes, Marianna Leivaditaki and Tim Siadatan – who take readers on a culinary odyssey through three gastronomic hotspots. This edition also features an exclusive interview with platinum-selling Swedish pop star Zara Larsson, a visit to an Andalusian 'Smurf' village and a dip inside Iceland's idyllic hot springs.

Ink’s joint CEO Simon Leslie said: “Airline passenger numbers are growing year on year and this captive audience consumes at significant levels. We are very proud of easyJet Traveller magazine and how it’s been recognised for its leading position. We all work very hard to make sure that we have a magazine that is very much of its time and communicates to its loyal audience with inspiring articles and powerful adverts.”

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