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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.

9 March 2023

Air travel recovery off to a very healthy start in 2023

The recovery of air travel demand continued strongly in January 2023, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), reaching 84.2% of pre-pandemic levels. IATA’s traffic […]
9 March 2023

A night in the Sahara Desert

What is the Sahara Desert and what makes it so special? As the second-largest desert in the world, the Sahara has an area equivalent to the […]
8 March 2023

Would you skip your inflight meal to go “green”?

While not everyone is thrilled with the prospect of skipping meals on board, a few airlines, including Delta and Japan Airlines, are offering customers the option […]
7 March 2023

Rate of fatal airline accidents continues to decrease

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), which represents about 300 airlines comprising 83% if global air traffic, has released its 2022 Safety Report for global aviation, […]
7 March 2023

Is toki pona the simplest language in the world?

How many languages do you speak? Speaking more than just one language certainly comes in handy nowadays, regardless of where you live in the world. Whether […]
6 March 2023

Lufthansa unveils its new ‘First Class Suite Plus’ concept

Lufthansa has unveiled a €2.5 billion long-haul travel revamp that includes a “flying private room” for first class passengers. Lufthansa is adding the new “Suite Plus” […]
6 March 2023

Lufthansa Group achieves a financial turnaround in 2022 and doubles yearly revenue

Lufthansa has reported strong earnings across its board. On March 3, the Group published a press release, revealing that it has achieved a financial turnaround in […]
3 March 2023

Will travel chaos return this summer?

With most countries dropping Covid-19 travel restrictions last year, demand for international travel started to pick up again. The sudden surge left most airlines and airports, that […]
3 March 2023

Airport and transport strikes are coming up to disrupt Easter vacations

With Easter vacations coming up, airports and the transportation sector has announced potential disruptions in Europe. Travellers could face disruption in Germany, Spain, France and the […]
3 March 2023

Increasing amount of space junk to create a dangerous no-go zone in Earth’s orbit

Space junk is among the many concerns posed by the XXI century’s space race, pushing experts to raise awareness of the potential impact of the hundreds […]
2 March 2023

Tripadvisor reveals world’s top trending destinations in 2023

Tripadvisor has kicked off the 2023 travel and hospitality awards season by announcing its Travellers’ Choice Best of the Best Destination Awards. This annual award recognises […]
2 March 2023

Is it possible to cool the planet using Earth’s heat?

A new and innovative concept to curb climate change is being designed by Fervo Energy, a company working with geothermal power, which recently announced plans to […]
2 March 2023

Tripadvisor reveals global travellers’ favourite beaches for 2023

Tripadvisor, the world’s largest travel platform, has analysed tens of millions of reviews submitted by millions of global travellers over the past 12 months. The extensive […]
1 March 2023

Balancing on a ‘doom loop’

I am in India encouraging governments and tourism business to take responsibility and make tourism better. I was at Amity University in Uttar Pradesh last week […]
1 March 2023

Tourism leaders call for united global effort to decarbonise industry

Travel and tourism industry voices are calling for a global effort to make climate-ready travel a reality, as the recently published Envisioning Tourism in 2030 & […]
27 February 2023

Leisure industry faces huge gender imbalance, latest report finds

Researchers have found a huge gender imbalance across the leisure sector, with less than 10% of CEO level positions held by women, according to a report […]
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