The AARP magazine accepts articles on topics such as money, health, business, food, travel, relationships, and more.
They don’t say how much they pay on the site, but from what I gather, it’s around $1 per word.
The magazine is read by over half a million travelers every month. Feature articles (usually much longer) will earn you about $450.
Out of all the in-flight magazines, Delta Sky is one of the most well-known ones.
There is no information on how much they pay on the site.
This is arguably the most commercially successful magazine with a large international fan base.You can submit short stories to take advantage of the amazingly huge readership over here.They don’t mention the pay, but they do say it can take up to 6 months to hear back.For Novella submissions, they offer an advance against royalties.The size of it will depend on factors such as the length of the story and how commercial it can be.For non-fiction work, they’ll send you an invoice with details.As of Jan-7-2017, they stopped accepting original short fictions.You get paid between 0 and 0 for every contribution.They are looking for writers with fresh ideas and tips. This is an in-flight magazine read by over 1 million travelers every single month who find the magazine in the seat pockets of Air Canada aircraft and in Maple Leaf™ Lounges and select Star Alliance™ lounges around the world.They are looking for “” Your article can be short (100 words,) or long a (2,000 to 4000 words) feature stories. As the name suggests, this is a magazine for RV enthusiasts.You can send your pitches to [email protected], or to: Delta Sky Editors, 220 S. And as you can imagine, they want articles related to the RV lifestyle.