An inflight magazine (or in-flight magazine) is a free magazine distributed via the seats of an airplane by an airline company. Many airline companies produce inflight magazines to provide details about their fleet, as well as articles about destinations or other interesting information. This time I can proudly share with you the cover page for March issue of Travel 3Sixty° Indonesia featuring my underwater image of a scuba diver surrounded with schools of sliverside fishes in Cayman Islands.

As the official inflight magazine of the World’s Best Low Cost Airline, AirAsia, Travel 3Sixty° is committed to inspiring wanderlust amongst over 50 million guests who fly with them every year. They strive to bring us the latest in destinations, arts & culture, heritage, fun & adventure, and of course, AirAsia itself.
The first inflight magazine was that of Pan American World Airways, whereas the longest running inflight magazine is KLM’s Holland Herald, first published in January 1966. The inflight market has grown in recent years, and there are currently over 150 inflight magazines titles. Moreover, since the birth of digital technology, most airlines are distributing their magazines digitally via tablet computer applications, or over the internet.