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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.

16 June 2023

Airlines call for global alignment of airport slot regulations

Airline associations around the world are calling on governments to ensure the global alignment of airport slot regulations and safeguard the consistent, fair and transparent allocation […]
15 June 2023

Airbus forecasts aircraft demand will double by 2042

European aircraft manufacturer Airbus has released its global market forecast for 2023 to 2042 (GMF23), expecting aircraft demand to double over the next 20 years. The […]
15 June 2023

What is the World Culture Festival?

The World Culture Festival (WCF) is a grand event that epitomizes the diverse tapestry of global cultures, fostering unity, harmony, and understanding among people from all […]
15 June 2023

Google Maps now tells you where you can breathe fresh air

What would we do without Google? For most of us, it’s the first thing we see when we open our internet server and living without it […]
14 June 2023
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Disney relaunches exclusive $115,000 around-the-world private jet tour

Disney, the renowned entertainment giant, has recently reintroduced one of its most premium offerings: a round-the-world private jet tour that grants access to all 12 of […]
13 June 2023

Photocatalytic concrete could be the answer to clean up air pollution from roads

Recent research published in the KSCE Journal of Civil and Environmental Engineering Research investigated the removal of toxic gases by using photocatalytic porous concrete. 1. Photocatalytic […]
13 June 2023

QR codes to replace traditional clothing labels

The apparel industry is pushing for the end of bulky, long clothing tags, wanting to replace them with QR codes. If you’ve experienced the annoyance that […]
13 June 2023

New wearable technology could help prevent age-related falls

New smart watch technology to predict and prevent falls among older people is being trialled in Northern Ireland. The ‘Move More Live More’ project brings Ulster […]
12 June 2023

Why the Middle Corridor is more than just another transport route

The Astana International Forum has come to an end. The conference, taking place in the Kazakh capital on 8-9 June, brought together the international community to […]
9 June 2023

Which airlines offer the best loyalty programmes?

With air traffinc slowly returning to full pre-pandemic capacity, many airlines are now upping the bet on their loyalty programmes, to attract a wider range of […]
8 June 2023

How to travel by plane in a wheelchair

Air travel can be especially challenging for people with reduced mobility.Traveling in a confined space and making the transfer to an airplane seat can be overwhelming […]
8 June 2023

For a timely green energy transition, nuclear needs to complement renewables

The first day of the Astana International Forum has come to an end. The conference, taking place in the Kazakh capital on 8-9 June, brings together […]
8 June 2023

What cities do billionaires like to live in?

Three thirds of the world’s billionaires live in just 15 countries around the world and almost one third live in only 16 cities around the world, […]
8 June 2023

Reskilling and upskilling are essential in the green transition

Environmental sustainability is a major concern for world-citizens, especially for the younger generations. In the words of Tim McPhie, Spokesperson for Climate Action and Energy at […]
8 June 2023

World’s most expensive cities to live in 2023

Hong Kong, Singapore and Zurich are the most expensive cities for international employees this year, according to new data released by Mercer, an American consulting firm. […]
7 June 2023

Are wind ships the next maritime revolution?

Wind ships have gained attention in recent years as a potential solution to reduce emissions in the maritime industry. While they are not necessarily a complete […]