Aviation Strategy Ltd
Terms and Conditions
Subscriptions to Publications
Aviation Strategy ISSN 2041-4021 (Online)
Aviation Strategy Ltd (the Publisher) publishes Aviation Strategy, a subscription publication for the global aviation industry.
Subscriptions are sold to individuals (the Subscriber) or to groups of individuals (the Subscribers). In these Terms & Conditions, any mention of the Subscriber or Subscribers should also be taken to refer to the other. By paying for a subscription to Aviation Strategy, Subscribers agree to the following Terms & Conditions.
References to Aviation Strategy in this document cover all elements and formats included in an annual subscription unless otherwise stated.
An annual subscription to Aviation Strategy comprises 10 issues of the newsletter published towards the end of each month (Jan/Feb and Jul/Aug are combined). These are delivered by email in pdf format and simultaneously made available to subscribers on the website.
Subscribers to Aviation Strategy may access a searchable archive of all back issues from the past twenty years on our website and download individual issues.
Subscriptions are for a 12 month period. They may be taken out at any time and may be back-dated.
Subscriptions are available to :
Private individuals (“Private Subscriptions”) or retail customers
and companies (“Corporate Subscriptions”)
Corporate multi-user licenses are also available to companies and other organisations, but the terms of their sale are the subject of specific agreements between the Publisher and the organisation concerned.
Subscribers must keep confidential and may only use for themselves any user identification code or password associated with the subscription.
The content, layout, design, data and graphics in Aviation Strategy are protected by UK and other international intellectual property laws and are owned by the Publisher. Unless expressly permitted in writing, no part of Aviation Strategy may be reproduced, stored in any medium, including but not limited to a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, broadcasting) nor shown in public.
Subscribers may not create any derivative work from Aviation Strategy nor make any other adaptation without the Publisher’s prior written consent. Any permitted use of material in Aviation Strategy is subject to ensuring that the Publisher’s copyright notices and trademarks are properly displayed.
All rights not expressly granted in these terms or any express written licence are reserved.
Any request for permission to use content or images in Aviation Strategy, or other use of the Publisher’s intellectual property, should be made to the Publisher.
While due care is taken to ensure the accuracy of information contained in Aviation Strategy, the Publisher makes no claim that the information is free of error or that it is timely in any way. The Publisher disclaims any liability whatsoever for any decisions or actions taken by subscribers as a result of the contents of Aviation Strategy. The Publisher also disclaims any liability for any abstracts, extracts or summaries subscribers may make from the contents of Aviation Strategy.
The Publisher shall do its utmost to supply Aviation Strategy to subscribers. However, the Publisher cannot guarantee that login access will not be suspended or restricted at the Aviation Strategy website from time to time, including to allow for repairs, maintenance or the introduction of new facilities or services. The Publisher will of course try to limit the frequency and duration of any suspension or restriction.
The Publisher shall not be held responsible for late supply or non-supply of Aviation Strategy due to failures or malfunctions of a subscriber’s equipment or systems, or failures or malfunctions of a third party’s equipment or systems, if such failures or malfunctions are caused through no fault or negligence of the Publisher.
The Publisher’s maximum liability shall be for the subscription fee paid by the subscriber. The Publisher shall not be liable for any direct, indirect or consequential losses or damage incurred by subscribers as a result of late supply or non-supply of Aviation Strategy, including without limitation any liability for loss of income or revenue, loss of business, loss of profits or contracts, anticipated savings, loss of data, loss of goodwill, wasted time, and for other loss or damage of any kind.
Cancellation and Refunds Policy
If a Subscriber takes out a new Personal Subscription and decides to cancel within 14 days:
the Subscriber shall be entitled to a full refund if the Subscriber has neither received an emailed issue of the Publication nor downloaded any issues from the restricted area of the website or having done so can prove that he/she has adhered to Clause 1.10 above.
otherwise the Subscriber shall be entitled to a refund of the subscription less an amount based on the number of issues of the Publication downloaded from the restricted area of the website or received by email at the rate of one tenth of the full annual personal subscription excluding any discounts that may have been offered per issue subject to an administration fee of £100, US$150 or €150 (depending on the relevant currency of payment).
Otherwise if a Subscriber has a Personal Subscription and after renewal cancels the subscription prior to the end of the subscription period:
the Subscriber shall be entitled to a refund on a pro rata basis of the subscription paid for any complete months remaining of the subscription period at the date of cancellation;
we shall deduct from the refund due an administration fee of £100, US$150 or €150 (depending on the relevant currency of payment) ; and
if the Subscriber were granted any discount on the full value of the subscription charges for the subscription period we may recalculate the value of the subscription charge on the basis that no discount was applied
General Terms & Conditions
Data shall be collected relating to any transactions carried out by customers with Aviation Strategy Ltd howsoever they are made, including by website, post, telephone, email and fax. Such data shall be used primarily by the Publisher for the fulfilment of transactions.
Data collected as above about customers and their purchases such as the publications to which they subscribe and shall be collated better to understand them and that their requirements may be better fulfilled. The Publisher shall also use such data to monitor for any unauthorised use of subscriptions or the content of its publications.
Data about customers will be used to contact them regarding their subscriptions as well as events, conferences, publications and other services provided by Aviation Strategy Ltd.
Customers will be given at least one opportunity to opt in or out (as applicable) from receiving marketing emails from Aviation Strategy Ltd.
Aviation Strategy Ltd shall keep data about its customers for as long as necessary to fulfil its obligations to subscribers and purchasers of its other products and services and to protect its legal interests.
These provisions do not affect any applicable statutory rights.
Any and all disputes relating to or arising from these Terms & Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and each party to this agreement submits to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of London.
These Terms & Conditions supersede all prior written or oral understandings between the customer and Aviation Strategy Ltd.
In the event that any provision of these Terms & Conditions is declared by any judicial or other competent authority to be void, voidable, illegal or otherwise unenforceable, the remaining provisions of these Terms & Conditions shall remain in full force and effect.