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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.

11 October 2023

Revenge travel is coming to an end

When Covid-19 travel restrictions started being lifted around the world, a new phenomenon appeared in the travel and tourism industry – revenge travel. After having minimum […]
11 October 2023

Global energy transition is too costly and will raise public debts, IMF says

A new report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warns that the path towards the climate transition will be expensive, possibly raising public debt by 45 […]
11 October 2023

New satellite BlueWalker 3 outshines nearly every star in the sky

Scientists have concluded that the world’s largest communications satellite outshines nearly every star in the sky. The phenomenon is not new, however, the increasing number of […]
11 October 2023

Carbon passports and virtual travel could transform tourism by 2040, says new report

Sun holidays and seeing Santa in Lapland are the types of vacation that could be set to disappear, according to a new report highlighting current and […]
11 October 2023

Journalist reveals the realities behind Instagram posing

A careful examination of popular Instagram images reveals something in common: positions or angles that are seen in almost all accounts of major influencers. Since April […]
10 October 2023

World’s most sustainable travel destinations in 2023

The Global Destination Sustainability (GDS) Movement has released this year’s ranking of the most sustainable destinations in the world and, for the 7th time, Sweden’s Gothenburg […]
10 October 2023

The world’s most overcrowded destinations

Overtourism seems like the latest buzz word in travel, but, as Travel Tomorrow has already reported, it’s causing very real issues for destinations, their visitors, wildlife, […]
8 October 2023

Virgin Galactic successfully flies tourists to space for the fifth time

Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic mission Galactic 04 was the fifth successful space undertaking in five months. The latest mission achieved the feat of carrying the first […]
6 October 2023

When, where and how can you sleep at the airport?

With the risk of disrupted travel ever present, whether due to post-pandemic staffing, aircraft delivery delays or strikes, many people face having to spend an impromptu […]
4 October 2023

Passengers warned to remove pets from carriers before X-ray checkpoint

In a recent advisory, the US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has cautioned passengers against subjecting their pets to X-ray scanners at airports. The TSA’s move follows […]
4 October 2023

Scientists coin “Noctalgia” term for the loss of dark skies

Along with air and water pollution, and the constant pumping of carbon dioxide, humans managed to add light pollution to their portfolio of environmental disaster. 1. […]
4 October 2023

What are the top 10 countries with the largest critical mineral reserves?

Four minerals — lithium, cobalt, copper and nickel — will be the basis of the energy transition. As with other natural resources, supply is limited, but […]
3 October 2023

Ryanair says customers who “wheel up” at fault for own penalty charges

Ryanair chief, Michael O’Leary has rejected criticism of the airline’s fees in an exclusive interview with The Independent. O’Leary was responding to complaints such as those […]
29 September 2023

Aviation industry faces up to abusive passengers

The aviation industry has set a flightpath for dealing with disruptive passengers. The IATA World Security and Operations Conference in Hanoi, Vietnam this month saw a […]
28 September 2023

2024 set to be a milestone year for travel and aviation

2024 is set to be a “milestone year” for global travel, according to an air industry report predicting a return to pre-Covid passenger volumes. Return to […]
28 September 2023

All that we really need to do is to stop burning fossil fuels, oil and coal

In London, Just Stop Oil quotes Sir David King, the former Chief Scientific Advisor to the UK Government in 2021, “What we do over the next […]