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20 June 2022

Night trains from Brussels to winter and summer destinations in France soon to become reality

Sunweb and European Sleeper are introducing night trains to popular winter and summer destinations in France. Dutch tour operator Sunweb teamed up with European Sleeper, a […]
20 June 2022

Australia has cut plastic pollution on some of its beaches by nearly 30%

Australia has reduced plastic pollution on some of its beaches by nearly 30%. According to the World Economic Forum, coastal plastic is down 29% since six […]
20 June 2022

Brussels Airport cancels all departing flights on June 20

No flights will depart from Brussels Airport today, June 20, due to a national strike. Yesterday, the airport was expecting waiting times up to 8 hours […]
17 June 2022

The EU biometric entry/exit system starts functioning in a few months time

The Entry/Exit System (EES) is among the measures undertaken as part of the Security Union and will help achieve the objectives of the European Agenda on […]
17 June 2022

The Middle Corridor might be the answer to reconnect Asia and Europe

The on-going war in Ukraine has raised many problems in different areas and industries. To name a few: the food, aviation, energy, tourism and transport industries […]
17 June 2022

Travel Tomorrow celebrates its 2nd anniversary

The journey started two years ago. On the 17th of June 2020, three months into the pandemic, Travel Tomorrow began delivering relevant news for travelers around […]
16 June 2022

Brussels Airport advises passengers to reschedule their flights due to strike on June 20

Due to the announced strike of a large number of the security personnel of G4S on June 20, Brussels Airport foresees heavy disruption on its operations. […]
16 June 2022

10 Most expensive cities to buy a home in Europe

A recent study conducted by CIA Landlord Insurance to determine the most and least expensive cities to buy a home revealed that the highest average price […]
16 June 2022

SpaceX’s Polaris Dawn commercial mission to liftoff later this year

The four crew members of SpaceX’s Polaris Dawn commercial mission are undergoing a series of training for the program’s first space flight, scheduled for later this […]
16 June 2022

8,000 British Airways flights already cancelled and further chaos is imminent

Passengers of the British Airways airline could soon face even more hassle with their flights. The airline has already cancelled 8,000 flights between March and October, […]
15 June 2022

Ryanair ticket prices have increased by almost 10% for this summer

On Tuesday June 14th, Michael O’Leary, chief executive of the Ryanair group, said that its fares will be between 7% and 9% more expensive this summer […]
15 June 2022

Why are airline tickets so expensive right now?

Travelers planning their summer vacations are facing soaring flight ticket prices as the easing of Covid-19 restrictions in most parts of the world has resulted in […]
15 June 2022

Turkish Airlines changes name to Türkiye Hava Yolları

The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has just announced that the country’s national carrier will change its name to Türkiye Hava Yolları instead of Turkish Airlines, […]
15 June 2022

Modernization of China’s first desert highway to reduce carbon emissions

The Tarim Desert Highway, which traverses the Taklimakan Desert in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in China, has recently lowered its carbon footprint thanks to a […]
15 June 2022

US economy to benefit from $2.6 billion from the tourism sector over the next decade

The US Travel & Tourism sector is projected to contribute over $2.6 billion in gross domestic product (GDP) to the US economy over the next decade. […]
15 June 2022

European Parliament votes to ban diesel and petrol cars by 2035

The Members of the European Parliament voted in favour of a ban of cars and vans as of 2035, forcing automotive manufacturers to sell only zero-emission […]
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