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Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

14 February 2023

Tree coverage could reduce heat-related deaths in cities

Deaths caused by soaring summer temperatures could be reduced by planting more trees, research published in The Lancet suggests. Cutting-edge modelling of 93 European cities by […]
14 February 2023

Do you know how many airlines didn’t survive the pandemic?

More than 160 airlines have gone belly up since 2019 and during the scourge of the pandemic. This is reflected in the latest data from the […]
14 February 2023

ICAO forecasts rapid growth in passenger demand in 2023

On Wednesday February 8th, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) forecast that air passenger demand in 2023 will rapidly recover to pre-pandemic levels on most routes […]
14 February 2023

These were Europe’s busiest airports in 2022

The airport industry has finally turned the corner on the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Airports Council International’s (ACI) 2022 traffic report for the European region. […]
14 February 2023

These are the best European destinations in 2023

The 20 most voted countries of the European Best Destination 2023 competition have been revealed. Over a period of 21 days, more than half a million […]
14 February 2023

Society isn’t changing fast enough to stop climate change, new study shows

Entrenched consumption patterns and corporate indifference are slowing down urgent climate protection measures, revealed the Hamburg Climate Futures Outlook. The participating researchers systematically assessed to what […]
12 February 2023

Fully autonomous passenger planes may not be too far into the future

The concept of autonomous flying is becoming ever more attractive to the aviation industry. Artificial Intelligence and control systems are reaching high levels of precision and […]
12 February 2023

UK to work with France on new EU biometric entry/exit system

The United Kingdom and France confirmed their willingness to collaborate on the implementation of the new EU biometric entry system. Last week, UK’s Transport Secretary Mark […]
10 February 2023

Are you always getting sick from eating oysters?

Food. It’s something we consume each and every day. Something very personal, as we’ve all got our personal tastes which aren’t to be discussed. Something essential, […]
9 February 2023

Zero-gravity parabolic flights are becoming popular for spaceflight work

Parabolic flights are surging in demand as commercial astronauts, disability advocates and scientists are booking zero-gravity flights to conduct research without going into space. 1. Zero-gravity […]
9 February 2023

Passenger traffic across European airports nearly doubled in 2022

The airport industry has finally turned the corner on the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the European region of Airports Council International’s (ACI) 2022 traffic report. Passenger […]
8 February 2023

What if traveling beyond our Solar System were no longer Science Fiction?

What would it be like to travel in outer space and see all the planets of the Solar System or even beyond? What if it were […]
8 February 2023

Why Sustainable Tourism failed

John Swarbrooke is widely recognised as having written the textbook on Sustainable Tourism Management. Published in 1998, it was widely used in colleges and universities, informing […]
7 February 2023

Ryanair and EasyJet cancel flights due to French air traffic controllers’ strikes

French air traffic controllers (ATC) are in the middle of a series of strikes against a pension reform. The third series started yesterday, at 5pm, and […]
7 February 2023

Airbnb to require ID verification process on its platform to increase safety

Airbnb has announced that starting this spring the company will require all users booking reservations on its platform to verify their identity before booking. The company […]
3 February 2023

How climate change led to the appearance of a new bear species

Global warming is getting worse every year, with record breaking temperatures being recorded worldwide. The Earth, as we know it, will soon forever change the way […]