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Marta studied Political Science and Media & Journalism at the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) and has developed her journalistic career working for the Portuguese newspapers Diário de Notícias, Correio da Manhā and media outlets in Brussels. She is a reporter for Travel Tomorrow, and is also engaged in delivering communications services and EU policy research for different consultancies in Brussels. A former Blue Book trainee of the European Commission, Marta has a keen interest in EU and global affairs, and experience in reporting and interpreting information. Whenever she can, Marta loves traveling, exploring nature and learning about regenerative agriculture. She is also quite enthusiastic about space ventures and the cosmos.

17 May 2023

Hamburg Airport bets on SAF and hydrogen for the future of aviation

Germany’s Hamburg Air is partnering with Lufthansa Technik, an aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul service provider for commercial aircraft converting to VIP and special mission aircraft. […]
24 April 2023

Germany to ban fossil heating systems from 2024

The measure is part of Germany’s ambition to achieve climate neutrality by 2045 as the construction sector was responsible for 15% of the country’s emissions last […]
19 April 2023

Staff strikes to hit German airports again this week

The German Vereinte Dienstleiswerkschaft (ver.di) union is calling on aviation security workers who work in passenger screening, personnel and goods screening and in service areas to […]
5 April 2023

Germany’s monthly €49 ticket for local and regional transport is now available

Germany’s ‘Deutschlandticket’ or €49-pass for local and regional transport is now available. Sales began on Sunday April 2nd on the online platforms and apps of the […]
23 March 2023

Mass transport strikes to hit Germany on Monday

German unions are planning yet another strike for Monday, 27 March, sources have told Reuters. An official announcement is due to be made at a press […]
22 March 2023

Berlin allows women to go topless in public swimming pools

Depending on if you were born as a man or a woman, things can be quite different in life. There are discrepancies on each and every […]
20 March 2023

Strikes continue to affect several German airports

On Friday March 17th, close to 89,000 passengers were affected by cancellations of around 681 flights due to strikes at Germany‘s Düsseldorf, Cologne/Bonn and Stuttgart airports, […]
8 March 2023

Climate change to cause up to €900 billion economic damage in Germany by 2050

Climate change could cause economic damages of up to €900 billion by 2050 in Germany, according to a recent study conducted by research companies Prognos and […]
6 March 2023

Lufthansa restates interest in acquiring TAP Portugal

Lufthansa has restated its interest in acquiring TAP Portugal during its earnings call for fiscal year 2022. Air France-KLM has also expressed the same last month, […]
22 February 2023

The art in artificial intelligence

Art is a net that captures time and life and sometimes a unique moment of historic change. The exhibition, SHIFT- AI and a Future Community (KI […]
20 February 2023

Lufthansa to cancel 34,000 flights this summer

Lufthansa is set to cancel at least 34,000 flights over the summer season, Reuters and German business journal WirtschaftsWoche are reporting. Even more flights could still […]
13 February 2023

Biometric technology to replace passports at Frankfurt Airport

Face-scanning technology will be implemented across all terminals and airlines at Frankfurt Airport, enabling a seamless travel experience from check-in to boarding. This solution will be […]
25 January 2023

Moving to Germany could become easier under new visa scheme

Germany has announced the easing of the immigration processes, something that would facilitate the entry of non-European skilled individuals seeking to develop their professional careers. On […]
24 January 2023

France and Germany to offer 60,000 free train tickets to young people this summer

France and Germany will offer free train tickets for people under the age of 27 this summer, the two countries’ transport ministers, Clément Beaune and Volker […]
23 December 2022

How Christmas markets survived the centuries

Christmas just doesn’t seem right without going to the market, strolling along the handicraft stalls, having some mulled wine, admiring the decorations, trees and lights. Even […]
15 December 2022

EU approves €1.8bn to increase charging stations for EVs in Germany

The European Commission has approved, under EU State aid rules, a €1.8 billion German scheme to support the roll out of high power charging  stations for […]
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