Boeing Boom Continues Despite Trade Worries
Northwest Aerospace Magazine Has Taken Flight
During his 27 years in the aerospace industry, Dean Cameron received hundreds of trade magazines. Most of them, he says, ended up in the garbage can because their content was so similar. Now, he’s targeting niche markets with more focused content.
New Magazine Taking Flight
Dean Cameron and his wife, Pam, are launching Northwest Aerospace News Magazine, which is aimed at 2,000 aerospace suppliers in the Northwest. (Colin Mulvany / The Spokesman-Review)
Aerospace Publisher to Debut Magazine
Spokane Valley-based publisher Dean Cameron plans in February to publish the inaugural edition of Northwest Aerospace News Magazine, which will center on stories about all the levels of aerospace suppliers.
SPOKANE - February 11, 2018
SPOKANE – The Pacific Northwest remains the world’s most-important aerospace cluster, with some 2,000 aerospace suppliers delivering parts, services and innovation to companies like Boeing, Airbus and Bombardier.
That’s why the publisher of a new magazine decided to launch his new venture, covering the region’s aerospace companies.
Northwest Aerospace News magazine ready for take-off from Spokane
The magazine will focus on a vital – but often – overlooked – sector of the aerospace industry: nearly 2,000 small and mid – sized companies across the Northwest that provide crucial parts and services to manufacturers like Bo eing, as well as the airline industry, private airplane owners and the fast – growing drone and space manufacturing industries .