Omnibus Review

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Description Trade journal
Subject area Traffic
Language German
Publisher Publishing house Heinrich Vogel (DE)
First edition 1950
Frequency of publication monthly
Editor in Chief Sylke Bub
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The magazine OMNIBUSREVUE (own spelling) is a monthly magazine published by Heinrich Vogel and aimed at transport companies or bus operators and tour operators in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It reports on trends, transport policy and legal topics as well as news from the fields of management, technology, tourism and trade.

Circulation and reach

OMNIBUSREVUE has been published since 1950. The current print run is 7,000 copies. The actual distributed circulation is 6,816 copies on an annual average, the paid circulation is 2,661 copies (IVW annual average, as of 07/17 – 06/18). Three quarters of all readers of Omnibusrevue work in management positions in companies. They are mostly owners, managing directors or managers.

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