From the Onion:

“Our first love is and always has been our travel and lifestyle magazine—in fact, distributing American Way is the reason we first got into air travel back in 1930,” said former American Airlines CEO and current American Way editor-in-chief Thomas Horton. “Sadly, the publishing industry is changing, and we can no longer afford to use the seat-back pockets of a major international airline to maintain our print circulation. It’s simply not a cost effective way to run our magazine.”

  1. Ivan said,

    Maybe they shouldn’t have published it twice a month…

  2. David Williams said,

    I can live without it. Just give us something else in it’s place.

  3. Caleb said,

    HA! Gotta love The Onion!

  4. Snaga said,

    This is called mile high satire!

  5. marathon man said,

    someone can bring a few final issues to the next DO and people would buy them. lol

  6. James said,

    Anyone remember when their crosswords were ludicrously difficult? Good times

  7. DaninSTL said,

    I didn’t know they published new ones or was that the Skymall catalog. Very funny.

  8. perryplatypus said,

    I always read for the pictures not the articles :)

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