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Marta studied Political Science and Media & Journalism at the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) and has developed her journalistic career working for the Portuguese newspapers Diário de Notícias, Correio da Manhā and media outlets in Brussels. She is a reporter for Travel Tomorrow, and is also engaged in delivering communications services and EU policy research for different consultancies in Brussels. A former Blue Book trainee of the European Commission, Marta has a keen interest in EU and global affairs, and experience in reporting and interpreting information. Whenever she can, Marta loves traveling, exploring nature and learning about regenerative agriculture. She is also quite enthusiastic about space ventures and the cosmos.

27 January 2023

Satellite constellations and rocket launches are threatening the ozone layer’s recovery

Despite the encouraging news coming from the United Nations saying the ozone’s layer is on track to heal by 2040, rocket launches deploying mega-constellations of satellites […]
27 January 2023

Virgin’s newest aircraft honours late Queen Elizabeth II

British airline Virgin named its aircraft “Queen of the Skies”, after the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. 1. Queen of the Skies The airline’s brand new […]
27 January 2023

UK government invests £165 million in SAF production projects

The UK government is financing five projects working on the production of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The British executive announced £165 million of funding for these […]
26 January 2023

Ukrainian Railways awarded European Rail Champion Award 2023

This year’s European Rail Champion Award 2023 has been awarded to Ukrainian Railways.  The annual award is made by the Association of the European Rail Supply Industry and the Community […]
26 January 2023

Space tourism market to reach $12.6bn globally by 2031

Space tourism is here to stay and the latest report from Allied Market Research (AMR) estimates the global space tourism industry, which generated $598.4 million in […]
26 January 2023

China successfully completes first test of its Hyperloop

China has just completed the first tests with its Hyperloop, a new form of ground transport that could potentially see passengers traveling at over 700 mph […]
26 January 2023

Make small and medium hospitality enterprises thrive again

While our industry is called on to lay the foundations of a successful double transition – sustainable and digital – our restaurants, hotels and cafés are […]
26 January 2023

UK Border Force strikes confirmed for 1 February

The Public and Commercial Services (PCS) has confirmed a strike action that will affect travelers and goods entering the UK on February 1 and 2. The […]
25 January 2023

Air France joins WhatsApp for more direct relationship with customers

Eager to adapt to the digital habits and uses of its customers, Air France is offering a new communication channel with customers on WhatsApp. This free […]
25 January 2023

Ryanair to cut carbon emissions by 165,000 tonnes thanks to winglet retrofit

Low cost airline Ryanair has decided to install new generation winglets on its fleet, which will improve fuel efficiency thus cutting the carrier’s annual carbon emissions […]
25 January 2023

China builds world’s first urban hydrogen-powered train

The world’s first urban train powered by hydrogen has been produced in China, according to local media in the Asian country. The project has been a […]
25 January 2023

The European Single Market was key to boost the Travel and Tourism industry

The 30 years of the European Single Market represent a crucial milestone in the development and cohesion of the European Union countries. Just over thirty years […]
25 January 2023

Thalys to disappear by the end of 2023 as it merges into Eurostar

The French Eurostar and Belgian Thalys have announced the intention to merge back in 2019, with the move being approved by the European Commission in March […]
25 January 2023

Moving to Germany could become easier under new visa scheme

Germany has announced the easing of the immigration processes, something that would facilitate the entry of non-European skilled individuals seeking to develop their professional careers. On […]
25 January 2023

World’s largest aircraft powered by hydrogen-electric engine completes test flight

On January 19th, ZeroAvia announced the successful flight of the largest aircraft in the world powered by a hydrogen-electric engine. The flight took place at ZeroAvia’s […]
24 January 2023

France and Germany to offer 60,000 free train tickets to young people this summer

France and Germany will offer free train tickets for people under the age of 27 this summer, the two countries’ transport ministers, Clément Beaune and Volker […]
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