Airways Magazine moving to Miami, joining forces with Miami-based

Airways Magazine, which covers the aviation industry, is moving to Miami and forming a partnership with local site The joint venture was announced earlier this week.

Airways, which was formerly based in Idaho, will have a new publisher and editor-in-chief: aviation reporter and pilot Enrique Perrella., founded by airline enthusiast and TV production company president Chris Sloan, will take over the online, social media and mobile presence for Airways.

The two will join forces under the Airways brand, but will remain a historical section of the website and magazine.

Changes go into effect with the June issue. will merge with Airways to create a new web portal that targets aviation enthusiasts, industry players and employees, and frequent travelers. Sloan, whose company 2C Media produces the Travel Channel show Airport 24/7: Miami, will become an associate editor of the magazine. Perrella will be associate editor for the website.

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