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3 May 2022

Why Tervuren is the perfect Brussels get away

With its landscaped gardens, access to the Sonian Forest and a top-class museum, there’s another world to discover just outside Brussels. With a trip to Tervuren, […]
24 March 2022

Castles and flowers: a perfect spring outing just outside Brussels

With temperatures rising and the flowers parading their bright petals – there’s no better time for a short trip into the Brussels countryside. The capital’s Green […]
17 January 2022

Brussels to become greener and more bicycle-friendly

The City of Brussels has applied for an urban planning permit for the redevelopment of the public space around the new administrative center, reports Belgian news […]
13 January 2022

CDC advises against traveling on cruises amid Omicron surge

US health authorities have warned people not to travel on cruise ships, even if they have been vaccinated against Covid-19. This is in light of the […]
13 January 2022

Covid Safe Ticket likely to be extended in Brussels until mid-April

The Covid Safe Ticket (CST) may be extended in Brussels until mid-April. This was approved by the parliamentary Health Committee on Tuesday January 11th, Belgian news […]
13 January 2022

Brussels Airlines CEO Peter Gerber: “We expect to be profitable again as from next year”

The past year has been a challenging one for Brussels Airlines. Ten months at the helm of the Belgian airline, CEO Peter Gerber gave an interview […]
12 January 2022

This is how 2022 will look for commercial aviation

Following the publication of Eurocontrol’s 2021 report and 2022 forecast on the evolution of European traffic, everything seems to indicate a gradual recovery in global aviation. […]
12 January 2022

Volvo’s self-driving ‘Ride Pilot’ system to be tested in California

The Swedish automaker Volvo Cars reported that in February it will introduce the Ride Pilot unsupervised autonomous driving function. California will be the first location where […]
12 January 2022

Artist from Aalst wins international street art competition

Nigel Leirens has become the number 1 in an international street art contest with the work “The Girl with the Windmills”. Leirens is a Ghent native […]
12 January 2022

Press and Communications Internship

Travel Tomorrow is looking for an intern in Press and Communications (full-time) for a 6-months period. The role is based in Brussels, Belgium. 1. About Travel Tomorrow […]
11 January 2022

Hong Kong Disneyland closes its doors for 2 weeks amid global Covid-19 surge

For the fourth time in the pandemic, Hong Kong Disneyland theme park is being forced to close its doors. Hong Kong’s local government is implementing stricter […]
11 January 2022

Air France increases ticket prices to develop the use of sustainable fuels

On Monday January 10th, Air France announced that the airline is increasing ticket prices by 1 to 12 euros to offset part of the extra cost […]
10 January 2022

No reason for airlines to operate ‘ghost flights’ says ACI Europe

Airport trade body ACI Europe has expressed dismay at the escalating industry and political rhetoric around so-called ‘ghost flights’ and reiterated its strong support for the […]
10 January 2022

New “boarding tax” in Belgium to make tickets up to 10 euros more expensive

All flights out of Belgium will now be subject to the new “boarding” tax which entails an increase in the price of airline tickets of up […]
7 January 2022

Portuguese man crosses the Atlantic on kite-powered boat

The Portuguese Francisco Lufinha has traveled more than 6,700 kilometers aboard a kite-powered sailing boat. In just 47 days, he has sailed from Portugal to the […]
7 January 2022

Belgium maintains measures as Omicron expected to peak by mid-January

Belgium’s Consultative Committee held its first meeting of 2022 on Thursday, January 6th to evaluate the current measures to fight the spread of the Omicron variant. […]
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