In February, Custom Publishing invites the readers of the S7 inflight magazine to Verona, a city where they will experience the authentic love of Shakespearean lore, live music in an amphitheater and fluffy white snow on the slopes of the Dolomites; talk with theater director Konstantin Bogomolov about his love of the Baltics, and drink hot mulled wine in wintry Kiev and its environs. After that, we’ll rent a car and take off for the mainland Hellas; sample moderately exotic and spicy, but very European Singaporean dishes; calculate the formula for the success of Russia’s Olympic team; examine the walking cane as a symbol of wealth, a sign of good taste and an element of one’s personal image; and read excerpts from “Seven Days in the Art World,” a work of non-fiction by British journalist Sarah Thornton.
As always, the magazine contains useful and topical information that passengers will find to be full of practical value and that will help them pass the time pleasantly. Each new issue is full of flight routes, stories, people, myths and delectable treats from around the world. You will never be bored with S7 magazine.