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Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

2 October 2023

Is Schengen slowly disappearing?

Created in 1995, the Schengen Area is now a flagship pillar of the European Union, called by the European Commission a “crown jewel of European integration” […]
2 October 2023

Ryanair passengers face cancellations this winter due to Boeing delays

Ryanair will have to hack its own winter schedule, deleting flights from Belgian, German, Dublin, East Midlands, Portuguese and Italian airports from the end of October, […]
2 October 2023

Ryanair loses legal appeal against State aid for Scandinavian Airlines

The European Court of Justice (CJEU) has thrown out one of Ryanair’s legal complaints about State-aid given to Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) to help it stay afloat […]
28 September 2023

European Parliament wants to put an end to charges on carry-on luggage

Air passengers are on to something good as the European Parliament will vote on a resolution to end charges on carry-on luggage. The Parliament’s Committee on […]
28 September 2023

Europe’s online visa-waiver system, ETIAS, delayed again

The launch of Europe’s new European Travel Information and Authorisation System, or ETIAS, has been delayed – again. The system, for use by nationals of countries […]
28 September 2023

EuroVelo unveils new Iberian Cycle Route

EuroVelo, the network of cycling routes across Europe, a project of the European Cyclists’ Federation (ECF), has just unveiled the Iberian Cycle Route, which will become […]
28 September 2023

Dutch railway company proposes new rail routes connecting Brussels Airport to the Netherlands

Brussels Airport may soon have new rail links to Dutch cities if new proposals from Dutch rail company Arriva go ahead. The Dutch competition regulator, the […]
27 September 2023

European cities call for EU funding and support for cycling

Cities around Europe want EU support to develop better cycling infrastructure, a new survey has found. 29 cities aiming for at least 20% cycling The European […]
26 September 2023

European Commission blocks Booking acquisition of eTraveli

The European Commission has blocked the acquisition of air booking specialist eTraveli by Booking Holdings, under the EU Merger Regulation, as the merger would have allowed […]
22 September 2023

Europe’s roads booming while rail networks and funding decline

European countries are spending more on road building than on ever shrinking railways, according to a new study by the European Mobility4All campaign.  It may seem […]
21 September 2023

10 strangest things to do as a tourist in Europe

The Eiffel Tower and Big Ben are impressive and worth at least one visit during your lifetime but tourism is about more than just the better-known […]
21 September 2023

Funerary and memory sites of First World War listed as UNESCO World Heritage

Funerary and memory sites from the Western Front, in France and Belgium, of the First World War have just been added to UNSESCO’s World Heritage List. […]
20 September 2023

European Parliament’s game changing pilot project for sustainable aviation fuels

The aviation industry plays a vital role in the global economy connecting people and goods across long distances. However its reliance on fossil fuels has made […]
20 September 2023

Empowering Europe’s small and independent accommodations

Travel is a force for good in the world, and it is also a powerful economic engine. Before the pandemic, WTTC calculated that the tourism sector […]
18 September 2023

42.5% of EU’s energy to be renewable by 2030

The European Parliament has voted to boost the deployment of renewable energy in the EU, in line with the Green Deal and the REPowerEU plans. The […]
14 September 2023

European Parliament votes for 70% mandatory SAF in EU by 2050

Members of the European Parliament have voted to increase the amount of mandatory sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to be used in the EU by 2050, as […]