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Dana is a graduate 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.

7 October 2022

Cars should be able to recharge every 60 km by 2026 in the EU

The Transport and Tourism Committee adopted a draft negotiating mandate, under the Fit for 55 package, on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure by 36 votes […]
7 October 2022

How to make space sustainable by tackling space debris

Space has been the ultimate frontier until manned spaceflights ventured to the unknown. Today, nearly 5 thousand satellites orbit around the Earth and commercial space tourism […]
6 October 2022

Chile to create a national park in the driest desert in the world

Chile is creating a national park in the driest desert in the world. The Atacama Desert is one of the sunniest places on Earth. On average, […]
6 October 2022

Air traffic recovery showed continued momentum through peak summer season

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced passenger data for August 2022 showing continued momentum in the air travel recovery. Total traffic in August 2022, measured […]
6 October 2022

Flying taxi completes its first piloted flight

Over the weekend of the 24th and 25th of September, Vertical Aerospace saw its VX4 eVTOL (electric vertical take-off and landing) aircraft take off from the […]
6 October 2022

Which Belgian city is the safest?

Even though feeling safe somewhere might well be one of the biggest conditions to be happy with where you live, for a lot of us, it […]
6 October 2022

Wealthy US tourists return to Europe, boosting the travel retail sector

After two years of travel restrictions, international arrivals are almost back to pre-pandemic levels. Notably, US tourists are returning to their travel habits, going to multiple […]
6 October 2022

TAP against the increase in airport fees proposed by ANA Airports of Portugal

TAP has criticized the initiative to increase airport charges led by ANA (Airports of Portugal) In a statement, the airline noted that the measure would be […]
5 October 2022

Morocco lifts all remaining Covid-19 restrictions

Authorities in Morocco have decided to end the restrictions imposed at the borders to prevent the spread of Covid-19, announced the National Airports Office (ONDA). This […]
5 October 2022

Barcelona Sants set to become the train station of the future

Barcelona Sants station will undergo a radical facelift. Raquel Sánchez, Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, has presented the new project for the renovation of […]
5 October 2022

Swedish start-up brings commercial electric flying one step forward

Swedish electric airplane maker Heart Aerospace unveiled significant design updates to its first electric aircraft and confirmed on 15 September, bringing commercial electric flying one step […]
5 October 2022

Eurowings pilots on strike tomorrow

Vereinigung Cockpit (VC), the union representing German commercial pilots, has announced that Eurowings pilots will be on strike tomorrow, 6 October. “Negotiations on collective wage agreement […]
5 October 2022

What is the problem with the UK’s HS2?

1. What is HS2? HS2 is a high-speed, government-funded railway planned to connect major cities across the UK, and close the gap between the north and south […]
5 October 2022

US flight attendants to get more mandated rest time between flights

On Tuesday October 4th, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) finalized a rule requiring 10 hours minimum, non-reducible rest for flight attendants between duty days. The law, […]
5 October 2022

Google to offer search tools for more sustainable travel

A study published by Booking.com earlier this year indicates that at least 71% of travelers around the world want to travel to their destinations in a […]
4 October 2022

30% reduction in Eurostar service because of Brexit

Last week, the Eurostar CEO Jacques Damas indicated that the border checks required after Brexit have led to a 30% decrease in the trains’ service capabilities. […]
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