Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

30 November 2023

Angola opens new 3 billion dollars international airport

After a delay of several years, Angola has just welcomed a new international airport. The Dr. António Agostinho Neto International Airport (AIAAN) will gradually be replacing […]
29 November 2023

Crewless air-to-air refuelling now possible, says Airbus

Airbus has carried out new tests of a revolutionary autonomous in-air refuelling system that promises to make military and, eventually, civil flights safer and more efficient. […]
29 November 2023

First SAF-powered commercial airliner crosses Atlantic

In a world first, a commercial airliner running entirely on so-called Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) has left London Heathrow to fly the 3,500 miles (over 5,600 […]
28 November 2023

Turkish Airlines to launch rebranded low-cost subsidiary AJet in March

In a move aimed at fortifying its presence in the competitive aviation sector, Turkish Airlines is gearing up to launch AJet, a low-cost subsidiary, starting from […]
28 November 2023

Passenger on meth arrested after trying to open emergency door on Korean Air flight

A 26-year-old woman, reportedly under the influence of methamphetamine, made multiple attempts to open the emergency door aboard a Korean Air flight, according to a report […]
28 November 2023

Passenger arrested at Brussels Airport after smashing check-in counters

A man was arrested Sunday afternoon after reportedly losing his nerves and smashing several check-in counters at Brussels Airport. “It is true that a man behaved […]
28 November 2023

Belgian court rules against Ryanair in case on pilots’ wages and work schedules

After months of repeated strike action to get the management’s attention, a victory has come for Belgium based Ryanair pilots. The labour court in Charleroi, where […]
28 November 2023

Bristol Airport roundly mocked for multi-faith “bus shelter”

A new structure at Bristol Airport, intended as a multi-faith space of prayer and reflection, has hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. The small […]
27 November 2023

300 Belgian tourists returning home after being stranded in the Caribbean since Thursday

Some 300 Belgian tourists who have been stranded in the Dominican Republic and Jamaica since Thursday are finally on their way home. A malfunction to the […]
27 November 2023

Russia “taken by surprise” by loss of 76 planes due to Western sanctions

It’s been almost two years since Russia invaded Ukraine, starting a war that no one thought would last this long. Sanctions aimed at crippling Russia’s economy […]
27 November 2023

Brussels Airlines cabin crew halts December strike

Cabin crew at Brussels Airlines submitted an “indefinite period” strike notice on 16 November, indicating they would potentially strike over the Christmas and New Year period. […]
27 November 2023

New flights to support deeper alliance between North Korea and Russia?

Increased flights between Russia and North Korea may be on the cards, according to the Russian newspaper Kommersant. Low demand? Commercial passengers only have limited options […]
23 November 2023

Brussels Airlines pilots to join cabin crew for December strike

Brussels Airlines pilots have announced they will be joining cabin crew for striking in December. Cabin crew’s “indefinite period” strike starts today while pilots are planning […]
22 November 2023

Ryanair reduces operations in Portugal due to increased airport fees

Ryanair has announced it is reducing its operations in Portugal due to the increase in airport fares implemented by operator ANA, a subsidiary of French multinational […]
22 November 2023

Belgian Council of State rejects Flemish appeal over Brussels Airport noise

A row that has been rumbling on between Brussels Airport, Belgian federal ministers and Flanders region over noise pollution around the aviation hub is making the […]
20 November 2023

Australian startup develops world’s first hydrogen-powered eVTOL aircraft

Australian aerospace startup AMSL Aero (AMSL) has been awarded a grant of 5.43 million Australian dollars (3.25 million euros) by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), […]