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19 August 2021

Why is National Aviation Day celebrated?

Each year on August 19th, the United States celebrates National Aviation Day, a day to wonder on the power of flight and appreciate the history that […]
18 August 2021

Burj al Babas. The ghost Disney-like castle village in Turkey

Burj Al Babas was born as a dream place full of castles and a perfect refuge for an elite. Today it is a ghost town. In […]
17 August 2021

Vaccine equity matters to the travel and tourism industry

We have now passed 205 million cases of coronavirus worldwide and 4.3 million deaths, figures which probably understate the scale of the epidemic and which do […]
17 August 2021

Top-20 happiest countries reveal the important connection between happiness and sustainability

Have you ever thought that happiness is a measure of a nation’s progress? Well, it is, and it’s also strictly linked to how we conduct our […]
17 August 2021

Impressive Emirates Airlines campaign “On top of the world” goes viral

To celebrate the resumption of quarantine-free travel between Britain and the United Arab Emirates, Emirates airlines released a commercial shot at 830 meters above sea level […]
16 August 2021

Travel recovery has started, says Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport has announced that passenger numbers rose in July as the UK government eased travel restrictions. Recovery was underway, the airport reported, while warning that […]
16 August 2021
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Paris to Berlin in an hour: A glimpse into the future of high-speed European rail travel

The recent International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report AR6 has once again brought the ongoing climate crisis to the forefront of European policymakers minds. Their […]
16 August 2021

Video shows American Airlines staff restraining unruly 13-year-old boy by duct tape

A video of an unruly passenger being restrained by duct tape has been obtained and published by US news channel CBSN Los Angeles. The clip shows […]
16 August 2021

Why do flight attendants use duct tape to restrain unruly passengers?

Violence on airplanes has increased substantially over the past few months, especially in the US. Many flight attendants are using duct tape to restrain aggressive passengers […]
16 August 2021

Egypt loses millions and millions a day due to UK ‘red list’ status, says WTTC

Research conducted by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has revealed that the Egyptian economy could face daily losses of more than EGP 31 million […]
13 August 2021

Deep within Germany, a Soviet steam railway is still being used

For those who were born in the nineties, the Soviet-regime much resembles a far-away chapter in history. It’s quite hard to imagine that there once was […]
13 August 2021

Brussels in Bloom: A unique flower tour starting on August 15th

Flower lovers can once again indulge themselves in the European capital. The City of Brussels, the non-profit organisation Tapis de Fleurs de Bruxelles and Floraliën are […]
13 August 2021

Brussels Airport continues to see an increase in passenger numbers

The start of the summer holidays has clearly had a positive impact, despite the ban on organized travel to tourist hotspots such as Tunisia and Egypt. […]
13 August 2021

Covid-19. Negative test results for the entire population of Macao

Macao authorities announced this week that all Covid-19 tests to its inhabitants were negative, following a massive three days testing. In total, 716,251 people were tested […]
12 August 2021

Iceberg Queen. A 77-grandma almost got lost in the sea

Posing for photos is usually funny and pleasant, but a 77-years old grandmother from Texas can assure you it can be also very thorny. Judith Streng […]
12 August 2021

The world upside down. This American restaurant only serves those who aren’t vaccinated

Let’s face it: ever since the outbreak of the pandemic, the world has been captivated by Covid-19. We watch the news about ten times more than […]
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