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Marta studied Political Science and Media & Journalism at the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) and has developed her journalistic career working for the Portuguese newspapers Diário de Notícias, Correio da Manhā and media outlets in Brussels. She is a reporter for Travel Tomorrow, and is also engaged in delivering communications services and EU policy research for different consultancies in Brussels. A former Blue Book trainee of the European Commission, Marta has a keen interest in EU and global affairs, and experience in reporting and interpreting information. Whenever she can, Marta loves traveling, exploring nature and learning about regenerative agriculture. She is also quite enthusiastic about space ventures and the cosmos.

16 August 2022

Rethinking urban landscapes with vertical and horizontal mobility

The concept of Vertical Urban Mobility is being discussed as a potential solution to address overpopulated areas. 1. Vertical Urban Mobility Future cities could look far […]
16 August 2022

Children under 12 no longer need to be vaccinated to go on a Disney cruise

The Disney Cruise Line has just updated its Covid-19 policy, allowing children younger than 12 to join a Disney cruise without being vaccinated from next month. […]
16 August 2022
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Why is climate change a tragedy of the commons

We have known about the chemistry and physics of human-induced climate change since the end of the 19th century. In 1896, a Swedish scientist, Svante Arrhenius, […]
16 August 2022

How to help consumers fight plastic waste

A global initiative from the World Economic Forum (WEF) is working towards a world free of plastic waste, allowing consumers to take an active role in […]
16 August 2022

China’s “floating” maglev train can travel 10 metres above the ground

China has launched the world’s first suspended magnetic levitation line, built with permanent magnets that can keep a “sky train” afloat forever without power supply, the […]
15 August 2022

New Vietnamese passport not recognised by some EU countries

On 1 July, Vietnam started issuing new passports, called “the blue-cover Vietnamese passports” which have been troublesome with some EU countries. Several Members have suspended the […]
15 August 2022

Heathrow reports lower flight disruption after implementing daily passenger cap

Heathrow reports that improvements to passenger experience have been noticed as a consequence of the cap on departing passenger numbers. According to Heathrow’s management, there have been […]
15 August 2022

Ryanair’s price increase to reduce international travel accessibility, according to GlobalData

Plane tickets have been increasing from the beginning of the year, partly because of the high demand after the pandemic and partly because the rising fuel […]
15 August 2022

Russian tourists welcomed with the Ukrainian anthem in Finland

Finland shares a 1,300-kilometre frontier with Russia and the border towns are especially popular destinations for Russian tourists. It is currently the only neighbouring country that […]
15 August 2022

Global Travel Collection to offer journeys to space

Global Travel Collection, a division of Internova Travel Group, has partnered with Space Perspective to offer spaceflights. Last week, Global Travel Collection announced a new partnership […]
15 August 2022

Air New Zealand reduces flight schedule to cope with staff sickness

Air New Zealand is implementing measures to protect the travel plans of its customers as sickness levels continue to cause disruption. Air New Zealand will reduce […]
15 August 2022

Travel chaos in the UK was the worst in Europe in recent months, according to Tui

Travel operator Tui reported a $75 million hit due to flight disruption. Travel challenges and interruptions–including lengthy queues and canceled takeoffs–in the UK were the worst […]
15 August 2022

Russian woman harasses Ukrainians in Austria and becomes the most hated tourist in Europe

A Russian woman has caused commotion on social media after she filmed herself mocking and harassing Ukrainian women in Salzburg, Austria. The woman, allegedly identified as […]
15 August 2022

Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport to compensate passengers who missed flights due to long queues

Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport has announced that it will compensate passengers who missed their flights due to long security queues. Schiphol will introduce a scheme for passengers […]
12 August 2022

US fuel retailers criticize SAF tax credit

Lawmakers in the Unites States are proposing a tax credit for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), but fuel retailers are criticizing it, saying SAF is actually less […]
12 August 2022

Wizz Air to resume flights to Russia, bypassing European ban

Since the invasion of Ukraine started, a number of sanctions have been in place against Russia. On the one hand, Russian aircraft have been banned from […]
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