In 1977, USAIG (United States Aircraft Insurance Group, Booth C11032) began partnering with leading aviation organizations to produce posters that promote safety, security or other key and timely topics. In 2013, USAIG expanded its reach by printing these posters quarterly in Aviation International News (Booth C9816). Approximately 40,000 AIN subscribers in 160-plus countries receive USAIG safety posters quarterly.
In addition to creating and printing the posters and to augment today’s needs, in 2016 USAIG began utilizing digital tools to provide poster content in screensaver and desktop wallpaper formats. Users can browse the USAIG website through an extensive collection of posters (reaching back to the 1980s) for succinct messages and inspiration.
“We constantly seek new opportunities to reinforce critical aviation safety messages,” explains John Brogan, USAIG President and Chief Executive Officer. “Our safety posters and screensavers are available and complimentary to the public on our website. We are delighted to see many of them displayed in hangars, offices, universities and flight departments as a constant reminder to keep safety top of mind.”
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