so a bit late on that but here the document
Adobe AIR - Updated Pricing.pdf (163.8 KB)
Again to put things in perspective
Unless you want everything for free, that’s pretty good.
If for your business you follow some principles like investing a percentage of your revenue,
or if you believe that you can not make money if you do not spend money, or simply because you want expenses that are deductible, yep those licensing prices are pretty pretty pretty good.
And also some changes in the terms, notably
The subscription is only required to use the tools
Subscriptions no longer have to be maintained for the duration of an application’s distribution
Subscription charges are for the use of the AIR Developer Tool when creating a redistributable application
Use of the AIR Developer Tool for creating AIR Native Extensions is not impacted by this update
- this is an annual subscription
And on top of all that there is even roadmap for the short terms and the longer terms.
All that is pretty good, but no worries you will still find the same toxic people complaining about it on Adobe forums, and making ridiculous statements.