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The lifting of regulations that prohibited using cell phones during takeoff and landing was among the magazine's final death knells.Wiley said the costs of printed products have also made carrying the magazine "unattractive" for airlines.She covers the intersection of business and education.
However, in 2009 its website generated approximately $80.5 MM in revenue, and it was the 185th largest e-commerce website by revenue, according to the Internet Retailers Top 500 ranking.
In interviews, company officials have stated that 60% of the company sales come through the website (the rest through the catalogue) so we can estimate that the company does about $130 million in revenue per year (website catalogue). Worsley's original plan was that passengers could use the "Airphone" (a phone that used to be located on the back of most seats) to call Sky Mall and when they landed, their purchases would be ready for them to pick up.
Sky Mall was a popular diversion during long flights, entertaining people with pages and pages of frivolous products like yeti statues, cat toilets, and face exercisers.
But that changed."With the increased use of electronic devices on planes, fewer people browsed the Sky Mall in-flight catalog," said CEO Scott Wiley in court filings.
The company has negotiated deals with most major airlines in the United States to be their exclusive product catalogue partners. Most Sky Mall customers are exposed to the products via the in-flight magazine, but they can order the products using the catalogue or through the website, Sky