Aviation.


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.

21 March 2022

IATA welcomes the opening of borders to travel

In a recent press release, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) welcomed the increasing momentum towards the re-opening of borders and relaxation of travel restrictions, as […]
21 March 2022

Ryanair accused of raising prices for Ukrainian refugees

Ryanair has come under heavy criticism from Ukraine’s ambassador to Ireland, Larysa Gerasko, who accused the airline of raising fares between Poland and Ireland for Ukrainian […]
17 March 2022

Russia passes new law to fly leased jets, bypassing Western sanctions

Russia issued a new law allowing the country’s airlines to place airplanes leased from foreign companies on the country’s aircraft register. The manoeuvre is a blow […]
15 March 2022

Pressure from EU and Ukraine leads Serbia to backtrack on decision to double flights to Moscow

Contrary to what has recently been announced, Air Serbia has been pressured by the European Union (EU) and Ukraine into backtracking its decision to double flights […]
14 March 2022

Hundreds of planes stranded in Russia may never be recovered

The war between Russia and Ukraine is having serious consequences on the airline industry. After several international companies stopped their activity in Russian territory, hundreds of […]
14 March 2022

Air Serbia doubles flights to Moscow

Air Serbia has doubled flights between Moscow and Belgrade, linking Russia to Europe. The company now displays 15 flights per week against 7.  Serbia is not […]
10 March 2022

Top 20 Most annoying passengers on a plane

With all the safety distance measures we had to follow in the past two years, sharing an indoor space with strangers has become quite uncomfortable for […]
10 March 2022

How is sustainable aviation fuel produced?

More and more airlines are betting on sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) to make aviation greener. Despite the slow uptake due to its cost, some technologies are […]
10 March 2022

Lufthansa’s interest in Italy’s ITA remains high on the radar

Lufthansa’s CEO Carsten Spohr has stated that the German carrier is unlikely to acquire a majority stake in ITA Airways. He did say, however, that Italy […]
10 March 2022

Russian aviation paralyzed by Western sanctions

After Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in late February, sanctions imposed by Western countries are threatening to paralyze the country’s air transport. Aircraft leasing companies have until […]
9 March 2022

Ryanair fulfils threat and cuts 5,000 flights, 19 routes in Lisbon and 150 jobs

Ryanair will cancel 19 routes in Lisbon for this summer, justifying this decision with the fact that the Government has not unlocked the slots that TAP […]
8 March 2022

Ryanair’s CEO doubles down on ultimatum sent to Portugal

Ryanair’s CEO Michael O’Leary is once again putting pressure on Portugal’s Prime Minister, António Costa, and insisting that the deadline for releasing TAP slots is overdue. […]
7 March 2022

Aeroflot suspends international flights for fear of having their planes seized

In light of the on-going war in Ukraine, multiple countries have announced the ban of Russian aircraft in their airspace and, one by one, Russia did […]
4 March 2022

Commission approves €7 million for Slovenian airlines affected by Covid-19

After the havoc caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Slovenian airlines will benefit from a second round of EU financial support totalling €7 million. 1. State aid […]
3 March 2022

Airspace bans cause hours of extra flight time and increased operating costs

Since Sunday, the European Union airspace has been closed to “any plane owned, chartered or otherwise controlled by a Russian legal or natural person” and, as […]
3 March 2022

Airbus to conduct tests of hydrogen-fueled engine on A380 jet

Airbus is betting on the use of hydrogen and has just announced that it will begin developing the technology to have its first aircraft in service […]
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