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.

2 May 2023

IATA welcomes postponing of 5G mitigation measures at US airports

In January 2022, voluntary mitigation measures concurrent with the rollout of 5G C-band operations at or near US airports 188 US airports, lowering the power of […]
2 May 2023

Brussels Airport starts closing at night due to homelessness problem

Starting 2 May, Brussels Airport will be closing between midnight and 3 am for a few weeks due to an increasing homelessness problem. “Normally the airport […]
2 May 2023

Ryanair’s petition for overflight protection amid French ATC strikes surpasses 600,000 signatures

On 20 March, Ryanair launched a petition calling on the European Commission to force France to protect overflights during the French air traffic control (ATC) strikes. […]
2 May 2023

Easyjet’s ‘Fear No More’ programme helps thousands of flight phobics

Ever wished you could fly away on holiday but too scared to board a plane? A programme to help aerophobics might be the answer. Fear of […]
2 May 2023

Russia and Türkiye agree to increase flights to more than 1300 per week

On Saturday April 29th, Russia and Türkiye agreed to increase the number of flights to more than 1,300 weekly, as Türkiye becomes the main destination for […]
1 May 2023

Emirates launch world’s first-ever check-in service droid

Emirates are claiming a world first in the shape of a check-in robot called ‘Sara’, launched at the first edition of ForsaTEK, an annual event uniting […]
1 May 2023

New delay in ITA Airways storied privatisation

Talks between Lufthansa and Italy’s treasury about a partial ITA Airways takeover have been extended after the two parties failed to reach agreement within the original […]
28 April 2023

9 options shortlisted for Lisbon’s new airport

An alternative to Lisbon’s Humberto Delgado airport has been talked about since 1969, since the airport will soon not be able to sustain the increasing passenger […]
28 April 2023

Brussels Airport advises people to take public transport for the next few days

Brussels Airport has informed passengers that all its car parks are nearly full and advises passengers to opt for public transport at least for the next […]
27 April 2023

Canada to strengthen air passenger rights and make airlines pay for flight disruptions

On Monday April 26th, Canada’s Minister of Transport Omar Alghabra announced that proposed amendments to the Canada Transportation Act have been introduced as part of Bill […]
26 April 2023

New UK aircraft businesses join forces to deliver zero-emissions flights in 2026

The business venture hopes to accelerate the arrival of zero-emission aircraft in the UK. 1. Green aircraft business Cranfield Aerospace Solutions (CAeS) and Britten-Norman announced merging […]
26 April 2023

EU approves world’s largest sustainable aviation fuels mandate

On 25 April, the Council and the European Parliament reached an agreement on a proposal aiming to decarbonise the aviation sector and create a level playing […]
26 April 2023

Aviation’s essential role in times of crises

During the International Air Transport Association (IATA) World Cargo Symposium taking place in Istanbul, the association reminded stakeholders of the critical role that aviation plays at […]
26 April 2023

Heathrow security staff to strike over King Charles III Coronation weekend

Security guards at London’s Heathrow airport will strike on several days in May including the day of King Charles coronation, the Unite union announced on Wednesday […]
24 April 2023

British Airways’ Covid eVouchers now valid until September 2024

Good news has been announced for British Airways group customers still in possession of vouchers issued in place of flights untaken due to Covid-19. The flagship […]
24 April 2023

Air Canada passenger indignant after being denied the right to be served in French

An Air Canada passenger complained after a flight attendant did not serve him in French. Jean-Pierre Beaudoin was told he had to take another flight if […]