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António Buscardini is the CEO and Founder of Travel Tomorrow and the CEO of Buscardini Communications. He is also the journalist and director of the Embarquement, Clin d'Oeil sur le Monde, 60 secondes and Cérès TV series broadcast by TV5 Monde. With more than 10 years of experience in the field of press and communications. António was the director of communications of the Assembly of European Regions.

14 April 2022

1.1 million passengers at Brussels Airport in March, 6 times more than in 2021, yet only 56% of 2019

In March 2022, more than 1.1 million passengers chose Brussels Airport, an increase of 500% in comparison with March 2021, but a decline of 44% compared […]
14 April 2022

Bombardier continues to bet on business aviation

Canadian company Bombardier will increase its revenues to $6.5 billion during 2022, said the company’s president and CEO Éric Martel to Canadian media. In 2022, the […]
12 April 2022

April Fools joke of Thai airline could lead to staff imprisonment

Thai Vietjet’s official twitter account posted a joke on 1 April that caused a lot of controversy and could even lead to the imprisonment of the […]
12 April 2022

Russia starts production of Tu-214 aircraft to replace Boeing and Airbus passenger planes

United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), the Russian aircraft manufacturer, has just launched an urgent program to manufacture 20 new Tupolev 214 aircraft to replace its leased Airbus […]
12 April 2022

What to do if your flight gets cancelled?

Whenever a flight cancellation occurs the consequences can often be unpleasant. It is important to know what the passengers’ rights are and what to do. The […]
12 April 2022

EU blacklists 21 Russian airlines

Twenty-one airlines certified in Russia have been included on the EU Air Safety List — the EU’s list of airlines that are subject to an operating […]
11 April 2022

DHL plane breaks into pieces in Costa Rica

A DHL cargo plane broke a few meters after landing on 7 April in San Jose, Costa Rica. The Boeing 757-27 was operating the flight between […]
11 April 2022

Airbus supplied 3 times more aircraft than Boeing during the pandemic

The airline industry, like the rest of the world, was faced with an unprecedented challenge when the Covid-19 pandemic started. With the health crisis slowly appearing […]
8 April 2022

EUROCONTROL predicts 84% recovery of pre-pandemic traffic level in 2022

The latest EUROCONTROL Traffic Scenarios for the period April – December 2022 predict steady growth between April and peak-summer, reaching 89% of 2019 traffic by August, […]
8 April 2022

Brussels airports fined €300k over Covid-19 temperature checks

Belgium’s Data Protection Authority (DPA) fined Belgium’s airports over the processing of passengers’ health data from Covid-19 temperature checks. However, the airports can still appeal the […]
7 April 2022

Next generation airport scanners allow travellers to leave laptops and liquids inside carry-on bags

The world of airport security is about to be revolutionised. A few people may remember a time when security checks were not that strict and one […]
7 April 2022

Passenger recovery accelerates in February, says IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) says that air travel posted a strong rebound in February 2022 compared to January 2022, as Omicron-related impacts moderated outside […]
7 April 2022

Lufthansa expresses concern about Europe’s climate plan and taxes

The EU’s “Fit for 55” climate plan, which includes additional taxes on intra-European flights, could pose a threat to the competitiveness and employment of the European […]
7 April 2022

Russia resumes flights with 52 “friendly” countries

As of 9 April, Russia is restoring flight connections with 52 “friendly” countries which have not participated in sanctions. 1. Russian resumes flight operations As part […]
6 April 2022

Cathay Pacific to schedule longest flight ever to avoid Russian airspace

Cathay Pacific Airways plans to reroute its service between New York and Hong Kong to avoid Russian airspace, in what would be the world’s longest commercial […]
5 April 2022

Ryanair estimates losses of up to 400 million euros

Low-cost carrier Ryanair has estimated the loss for the year that ended on 31 March between 350 and 400 million euros. In January, the airline was […]
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