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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.

28 October 2022

Passenger volumes recovered to 88% of pre-pandemic volumes over summer

European airport trade body ACI Europe has released its airport traffic report for the third quarter (Q3) and September 2022, which shows passenger volumes recovered to […]
28 October 2022

Airlines to benefit from slot relief this winter season

On 12 October, the European Council agreed with the Commission’s proposition of waving slot use requirements at EU airports for the upcoming winter season. The agreement, […]
28 October 2022

Neste to supply Air France-KLM with over 1 million tons of sustainable aviation fuel

The Air France-KLM Group (AF-KLM) and Neste have announced the expansion of their existing cooperation with a new strategic partnership for the supply of Neste MY […]
27 October 2022

Amsterdam Schiphol stops VIP service as people pay to skip endless lines

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport has been called the worst airport ever due to its mismanagement of the increased passenger influx. The lack of staff the airport has […]
27 October 2022

President Biden says airlines’ extra legroom charges are “unfair for people of colour”

Last month, President of the United States Joe Biden announced the release of a new proposed law that would require airlines to disclose hidden fees before […]
27 October 2022

UK’s looming strike threatens Christmas travel

UK Border Force officers are threatening to strike over the Christmas holiday period, with the promise of travel chaos and disruption. 1. Looming strike Up to […]
27 October 2022

US airlines criticize government’s decision on flight delay compensation

Major US airlines are criticizing the US government’s latest plans to publicly pressure them into offering additional passenger benefits related to flight delay compensation.  1. Compensation […]
26 October 2022

Charles De Gaulle Terminal 2G makeover pays tribute to Paris’ iconic landmarks

Airports are one of those things in life we kind of dread. Sure, they’re necessary if you want to travel the world because well, you first […]
25 October 2022

Archer Aviation’s goal is to build 250 air taxis in 2025

Archer Aviation has announced that it wants to build 250 battery-electric air taxis in 2025. The plan is to get its aircraft certified by the end […]
24 October 2022

easyJet’s aerophobia course returns for winter

easyJet is bringing back its popular Fearless Flyer course to help conquer the fear of flying in less than 3 hours. Aerophobia, or ‘fear of flying’, […]
24 October 2022

Bladerunner-style air taxis slated for production by end of decade

If flying taxis and skyports sound like something from Bladerunner or Star Wars to you, then think again. A Korean start-up has raised $9 million in […]
21 October 2022

Italian air traffic controllers’ strike causes severe disruptions today

As of 00:00 today, air traffic controllers in Italy are on a 24-hour strike, until midnight tonight. The strike is expected to cause severe disruptions today, […]
20 October 2022

Hypersonic scramjet powered by green hydrogen to cross the Atlantic in 90 minutes

Australian aerospace engineering start-up Hypersonix is partnering with the University of Sydney to build a zero emissions hypersonic spaceplane capable of deploying small satellites into low […]
18 October 2022

ASEAN and EU sign world’s first aviation agreement

The ASEAN-EU aviation agreement provides a foundation for closer cooperation between the two blocs in areas such as aviation safety, air traffic management, consumer protection and […]
17 October 2022

Brussels Airport welcomed 2 million passengers in September, but still far from its pre-pandemic level

In September, Brussels Airport welcomed over 2 million passengers, and handled 66,000 tonnes of cargo. Last month, 2.002.540 people traveled through Brussels Airport, which is 80% […]
17 October 2022

TAP Air Portugal has recovered more than 95% of its pre-pandemic Brazilian traffic

TAP Air Portugal has recovered more than 95% of its traffic (in relation to 2019) on its routes between Portugal and Brazil, reports Simple Flying Magazine. […]
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