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24 August 2021

FAA fines against unruly passengers reach $1 million

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed another $531,545 in civil penalties against 34 airline passengers for alleged unruly behavior, bringing the […]
24 August 2021

Wanna fly to the Faroe Islands? No thanks, I’ll take the Ferry

The Faroe Islands; a stunning and mysterious place to visit, with waterfalls, beautiful hills, rivers, and lakes, giving the place a stirring feeling. Once there it’s […]
24 August 2021

Portugal to start lifting restrictions

Portugal is anticipating the lifting of some restrictions, the government announced on Friday, August 20th. This was confirmed by Jean-Pierre Pinheiro, director of the Portuguese Tourist […]
24 August 2021

United Airlines bans use of duct tape by cabin crew

With Covid-19 restrictions gradually lifting across the USA, travel has increased and with this it seems so has disrespectful and unruly behaviour from certain passengers in […]
23 August 2021

New Benelux train hoped to enter service in 2025 following testing in Belgium

Dutch railways NS wants to replace the rolling stock of the Benelux trains, with a new train expected to enter commercial service in 2025. The first […]
23 August 2021

UK researchers have developed cheaper and faster Covid tests

Scientists at the University of Birmingham, England, are developing a new cheaper and quicker Covid test which they say could be used in airports in as little as […]
23 August 2021

USA to require masks on planes, trains, and in airports until January 2022

The United States administration has confirmed, as first reported by Reuters, that it plans to extend the current country-wide requirement for travellers to wear masks on […]
23 August 2021

Brussels Airlines launches home checking documents to avoid long airport waiting queues

Because of the constantly changing travel restrictions and the many differences in the documents asked by immigration offices in and outside of Europe, travelling abroad requires […]
23 August 2021

Belgium considers implementing new environmental taxes affecting aviation

As part of a future revision of the tax code, the High Council of Finance (HCF) of Belgium in its Fiscal and Parafiscal Section is looking […]
20 August 2021

Canada to require all air, train and cruise passengers to be vaccinated by October

Canada will require all air and cruise passengers to be fully vaccinated before traveling as soon as this fall. On August 13th, the government announced its […]
20 August 2021

EU and UK Digital Certificate can be embedded in IATA Travel Pass

In this new phase of pandemic, where many countries have reopened the boundaries and the travel situation seems stable, the aviation government needs more information on […]
20 August 2021

PCR tests are too expensive, WTTC asks the UK Government to help

UK Government and WTTC are in the middle of a real debate on PCR cost coverage. If UK Government insists that travelers are intended to pay […]
19 August 2021

Blocked airline funds could slow recovery says IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged governments to abide by international agreements and treaty obligations to enable airlines to repatriate close to nearly $1 billion […]
19 August 2021

Athens is striving to become a sustainable destination

The City of Athens and the Athens Development and Destination Management Agency (ADDMA) have commissioned an assessment of Athens as a sustainable tourism destination, Travel Daily […]
19 August 2021

New generation airports. Kansas City new terminal design

Airports are becoming more and more technological and smarter. Since the pandemic, new tech and intelligent systems are necessary to offer easy and fast solutions for […]
19 August 2021

Oysters are cleaning our oceans

A team from Corsica University’s marine research institute Stella Mare is depositing the oysters into the sea with the aim of cleaning up the water. The […]
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