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5 April 2021

Make Green Policies Great Again: Biden’s $2.25 trillion plan

US President Joe Biden announced a $2.25 trillion package that is meant to address important issues linked to fossil fuels and climate change. The package is […]
5 April 2021

Willie Walsh becomes IATA’s new boss

Willie Walsh has officially taken on the role of Director General of IATA. He succeeds Alexandre de Juniac. I am passionate about our industry and about […]
5 April 2021

Air Belgium bets on the Dutch Caribbean

Since the sanitary crisis outbreak, Belgian and international governments have implemented measures and restrictions that are constantly evolving. A clear and long-term outlook is difficult to […]
5 April 2021

Building a sustainable future for European travel

This past year has upended the entire travel industry. With ever-changing regulations and lockdowns, dwindling budgets, and fluctuating traveler comfort levels, it feels impossible to deploy […]
5 April 2021

IATA to launch Travel Pass app on Apple platform this month

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced that its digital Travel Pass will launch this month, according to Reuters. 1. IATA Travel Pass Reuters reported that […]
5 April 2021

Tourist arrivals down 87% in January 2021

The devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on global tourism has carried on into 2021, with new data showing an 87% fall in international tourist arrivals […]
2 April 2021

Scotland to have its first hydrogen-powered train in 2021

Scotland will have its first train running on hydrogen power by the end of 2021. A new project from the Scottish government and a group of […]
2 April 2021

Egypt to build first high-speed train connecting the Red Sea with the Mediterranean

Plans have been announced for the first high-speed train line in Egypt from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean. With a length 621 miles, the route […]
31 March 2021

25,000 Dutch people sign up for Covid holiday pilot scheme in Rhodes

Dutch travel company Sunweb has announced that it plans to take nearly 200 people for an eight-day holiday in Greece. One of the main goals is […]
31 March 2021

London’s ‘National Covid Memorial Wall’ of almost 150,000 hearts commemorates Covid-19 victims

In their latest effort to raise awareness to their to call for a public inquiry into the government’s handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, UK Campaign group […]
31 March 2021

UNWTO urges Europe to lead the way in tourism’s restart

As the latest data shows an 85% fall in tourist arrivals across Europe at the start of 2021, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has noted Europe can […]
31 March 2021

New cycle path to Brussels Airport is completed

Brussels Airport is now connected to the F3 Leuven-Brussels cycle path with a new branch. The F3 is one of the main cycle highways in Flemish […]
30 March 2021

China relaxes entry restrictions for foreigners who take Chinese vaccine shots

Chinese authorities are making it easier for certain foreigners to enter the country. Those who have received a Covid-19 vaccine made in China will benefit from […]
30 March 2021

Brussels Airlines invests in Scandinavian destinations

Brussels Airlines has announced that it will be offering more flights to destinations in Norway, Sweden, and Finland from this summer. Brussels Airlines joins forces with […]
30 March 2021

Thinking about ecotourism in the Gorilla Highlands

Anthropologists tell us that storytelling is fundamental to our existence as humans. Stories enable us to make sense of our world and to share our understanding […]
30 March 2021

Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen to start delivering 200 million Covid-19 vaccines in Europe as of April 19th

Covid-19 vaccination campaigns have been slower in Europe than in some countries elsewhere, and several European countries have recently enforced new restrictions to curb the latest […]
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