In September 1992, Interavia was the leader of the aerospace press with a magazine circulation of 42,602 as French press group fr:Le Revenu bought it from Jane's Information Group, a Thomson Corporation subsidiary at the time. It was to merge by October with monthly Aerospace World (circulation: 31,500) as Le Revenu also published Air & Cosmos (41,509) and Aéronautique et Astronautique (6,000), controlling 30% of the aerospace publications market with a ₣300 million revenue.
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