Get AW&ST,1st MRO Edition on iPad

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I've been receiving a few emails today about how to get the digital/tablet/iPad versions of our magazines since we relaunched Aviation Week & Space Technology, and introduced the MRO Edition. Let me show you:

1. To get the digital version of the Aviation Week & Space Technology MRO Edition (Overhaul & Maintenance readers now receive this), click here.

If you are an AW&ST subscriber trying to get the digital version, click here and then click either of the "here" descriptions on the right side of the page that apply to you  (under Attention print subscribers!)

2. Download the free Zinio app http://www.zinio.com/apps/ 

3. AW&ST will appear on your Zinio account on late Fridays. The MRO Edition, like O&M used to be, will continue to be monthly (but there is weekly MRO content in AW&ST).

If you have any questions, please let me know.

How do you like our first MRO Edition? Check out the iPad extras! We had fun creating those graphics.

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