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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.

25 July 2023

United Airlines to greatly expand network in Asia this autumn

United Airlines has announced plans for a major network in Asia this autumn. Starting in October, the largest US carrier across both the Atlantic and Pacific […]
25 July 2023

Americans more worried about incoming asteroids than landing on the Moon

Most Americans are worried about the threat of incoming asteroids and believe NASA should prioritize those concerns over going to the Moon or Mars, according to […]
24 July 2023

Tripadvisor enhances its trip planner with AI

Tripadvisor has announced a significant upgrade to its trip planning product, Trips, with the introduction of a new AI-powered travel itinerary generator. This new feature, currently […]
21 July 2023

$2 billion Americana themed park and resort to open along Route 66 in 2026

An Americana themed entertainment park is set to open in Oklahoma, along US’ renowned Route 66, in 2026. The project, called American Heartland Theme Park and […]
19 July 2023

Virgin Galactic announces date and crew for its first space tourism flight

On July 13th, Virgin Galactic announced that its second commercial spaceflight will have a flight window starting on August 10th. The company also indicated that this […]
19 July 2023

Teenager detained at Florida airport for using “skiplagging” travel hack

In a recent incident at a Florida airport, a teenager was detained and accused of engaging in a controversial money-saving travel hack known as “skiplagging”. The […]
19 July 2023

Underground climate change is affecting building foundations, new study shows

The concept of underground climate change and its impacts have relatively recently begun being studied. Finding that the change of ground temperature affects building foundations, a […]
18 July 2023

Venus Aerospace’s hypersonic jet will take passengers from Madrid to LA in one hour

Venus Aerospace is testing new engines for the Stargazer, a passenger jet that can reach speeds in of over 11,000 km/h and can make the trip […]
12 July 2023

US rejoins UNESCO, again

The United States has officially rejoined UNESCO, the United Nations’ Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The country had announced its intention to rejoin the organization in […]
11 July 2023

$30,000 three-year cruise will set sail as planned

Life at Sea Cruises by Miray has confirmed that its three-year-around-the-world cruise will depart on November 1st, as planned, after several months of uncertainty. The journey […]
10 July 2023

NASA’s supersonic X-59 ready for first test flight

After many years of waiting, NASA is preparing for the maiden flight of its X-59 supersonic test aircraft. The agency recently released images showing the X-59 […]
4 July 2023

You can spend a night at Barbie’s Malibu DreamHouse in July

Get ready to experience the ultimate Barbie fantasy. In an unprecedented move to celebrate and promote the premiere of the highly anticipated movie “Barbie”, scheduled for […]
3 July 2023

Airport misery and storms hit US Independence Day

Thousands of flight delays and cancellations have hit travellers in the USA across the build up to Independence Day, reports the AP. Last Wednesday, around 9000 […]
3 July 2023

Booking launches AI trip planner partially powered by ChatGPT

Booking has launched an AI trip planner, partially powered by large language model (LLM) technology from OpenAI’s ChatGPT API. Launched as a beta version in the […]
30 June 2023

Origami-inspired portable solar panel to power travelers’ devices when off-grid

Sego Innovations, a Utah-based startup, has crowdfunded over €224,600 on Kickstarter for its latest invention, the portable solar power Sego Charger. 1. Sego Charger An innovative solution for power on […]
28 June 2023

New York’s buildings are slowly sinking parts of the city

More than 8 million people live in New York City (NYC), which has been observed to be sinking 1–2 mm/year. 1. Low-lying geography While there are […]