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Dana is a graduate 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.

24 March 2022

What impact does the war in Ukraine have on European tourism?

As European tourism has started its path towards recovery following the devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the sector is now facing a major crisis with […]
23 March 2022

Re-routing around Ukraine is disrupting traffic flows across a wide area, says Eurocontrol

The unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has brought commercial flying there to a standstill, and stopped overflights of neighbouring Moldova. Elsewhere around the borders of Ukraine, Russia […]
22 March 2022

Should travelers consider postponing a trip to Europe because of the war?

With Russia’s war against Ukraine, breaking all international agreements and decimating a population in a situation not experienced since World War II, is it safe to […]
22 March 2022

EU doubles efforts to curb its dependency on Russian gas

Russia is by far the largest energy supplier to the EU. It exported about 45% of the gas consumed across the bloc in 2021, according to […]
18 March 2022

Tourism industry propose several amendments to the new EU Digital Covid Certificate

The European Tourism Manifesto alliance, the voice of the travel and tourism sector in Europe, welcomed the European Commission’s proposal that amends and extends the use […]
15 March 2022

What are the EU countries leading on sustainability?

Denmark and Ireland are leading the way in the transition towards fair and prosperous sustainability, according to the second edition of the EU’s Transitions Performance Index […]
15 March 2022

Cycling, EuroVelo and TEN-T: European transport’s unmissable opportunity

Here are two maps of Europe. What do you see? You would be correct to guess that both are transport maps. Both depict major transportation routes […]
15 March 2022

Overnight stays in 2021 have increased by 27% compared to 2020

In 2021, tourism was among the sectors that started to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, following the easing of certain restrictions related to it, such as […]
14 March 2022

Airports and airlines ask EU to drop all Covid related travel restrictions

In light of new evidence showing that travel restrictions failed to prevent the spread of Covid–19 and would be ineffective in the face of future variants […]
10 March 2022

FlixBus provides free travel for Ukrainian refugees

FlixBus has been operating in Ukraine since 2019, serving 29 Ukrainian and 70 international destinations in 8 countries. “Our Ukraine Flix-teams, located in Kyiv and Kharkiv, […]
7 March 2022

National tourism organisations of Europe stand in unity with Ukraine

As a representative for national tourism organisations across Europe, the European Travel Commission has issued a statement condemning the military aggression by the Russian Federation and […]
4 March 2022

Press Club Brussels Europe turns into ‘Kyiv Press Club’

The Press Club Brussels Europe launched yesterday the “We are Kyiv Press Club” initiative together with the press clubs of Paris, Warsaw and Geneva in solidarity […]
3 March 2022

Airbus to conduct tests of hydrogen-fueled engine on A380 jet

Airbus is betting on the use of hydrogen and has just announced that it will begin developing the technology to have its first aircraft in service […]
1 March 2022

Grand Prix de Pau. Toward a wider use of low-carbon technologies

From the 6th to the 8th of May, the Pau Motors Festival will propose an ambitious concept by showcasing races powered by low-carbon technologies such as […]
28 February 2022

EU shuts down EU airspace to Russian planes

Over the weekend, almost all EU Member States have individually announced their ban on Russian aircraft from their airspace. On Sunday evening, Commission President Ursula von […]
28 February 2022

EU airline safety regulator addresses travelling concerns to eastern Europe

With the escalation of war in Ukrainian territory, the EU airline safety regulator — European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) — was consulted to assess the […]
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