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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

6 October 2022

Which Belgian city is the safest?

Even though feeling safe somewhere might well be one of the biggest conditions to be happy with where you live, for a lot of us, it […]
6 October 2022

Wealthy US tourists return to Europe, boosting the travel retail sector

After two years of travel restrictions, international arrivals are almost back to pre-pandemic levels. Notably, US tourists are returning to their travel habits, going to multiple […]
6 October 2022

TAP against the increase in airport fees proposed by ANA Airports of Portugal

TAP has criticized the initiative to increase airport charges led by ANA (Airports of Portugal) In a statement, the airline noted that the measure would be […]
5 October 2022

Morocco lifts all remaining Covid-19 restrictions

Authorities in Morocco have decided to end the restrictions imposed at the borders to prevent the spread of Covid-19, announced the National Airports Office (ONDA). This […]
5 October 2022

Barcelona Sants set to become the train station of the future

Barcelona Sants station will undergo a radical facelift. Raquel Sánchez, Minister of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda, has presented the new project for the renovation of […]
5 October 2022

Swedish start-up brings commercial electric flying one step forward

Swedish electric airplane maker Heart Aerospace unveiled significant design updates to its first electric aircraft and confirmed on 15 September, bringing commercial electric flying one step […]
5 October 2022

Eurowings pilots on strike tomorrow

Vereinigung Cockpit (VC), the union representing German commercial pilots, has announced that Eurowings pilots will be on strike tomorrow, 6 October. “Negotiations on collective wage agreement […]
5 October 2022

What is the problem with the UK’s HS2?

1. What is HS2? HS2 is a high-speed, government-funded railway planned to connect major cities across the UK, and close the gap between the north and south […]
5 October 2022

US flight attendants to get more mandated rest time between flights

On Tuesday October 4th, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) finalized a rule requiring 10 hours minimum, non-reducible rest for flight attendants between duty days. The law, […]
5 October 2022

Google to offer search tools for more sustainable travel

A study published by Booking.com earlier this year indicates that at least 71% of travelers around the world want to travel to their destinations in a […]
4 October 2022

30% reduction in Eurostar service because of Brexit

Last week, the Eurostar CEO Jacques Damas indicated that the border checks required after Brexit have led to a 30% decrease in the trains’ service capabilities. […]
4 October 2022

Leveraging the Taj Hotels brand for sustainability

The India Hotels Company, better known as Taj Hotels, won a Gold Award in this year’s ICRT India Awards presented at Bhopal last month. The judges […]
4 October 2022

Wisk Aero reveals the world’s first autonomous, all-electric air taxi

On Monday October 3rd, Wisk Aero revealed the world’s first self-flying, all-electric, four-passenger vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxi. As Wisk’s go-to-market aircraft, Generation 6 […]
4 October 2022

24-hour Belgian rail strike starts tonight

A strike from employees of the Belgian National Rail Service SNCB that was initially planned for 18 October has been moved forward to start tonight instead. […]
4 October 2022

France’s most British airport to change name to Queen Elizabeth II

The French town of Touquet Paris-Plage is sometimes called “the most British of French resorts” and its airport acquired the same nickname. To honour the late […]
4 October 2022

A4E calls on European aviation to prevent future chaos by learning from this summer

The summer season of this year has been chaotic for the aviation industry, for service providers and customers alike. From insufficient staffing at airport security, to […]
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