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Dana is a graduate in Political Science and International Relations. She moved to Brussels from Romania for her studies and Mont des Arts made her fall in love with the city and remain here. She loves animals, especially dogs, and everything food related, but dessert most of all.

6 May 2022

Airbus plans to increase jet production by 50% in the next 3 years

With its first quarter report, Airbus announced record jet output goals, with a 50% planned increase in the narrowbody jet output, a key aircraft of the […]
6 May 2022

British drivers banned from driving in Spain

As of the beginning of this month, new regulation was adopted in Spain which forbids holders of a British license to drive in the country. Specifically, […]
6 May 2022

In what country do you have to work the least?

Do you live to work or work to live? A question worth answering, especially in a society like ours which is so focused on earning money […]
6 May 2022

5 biggest polluters likely to cause extreme hot years by 2030

Almost every country on Earth could experience extremely hot seasons every other year by 2030, according to new research. The study highligted the outsized contribution of […]
6 May 2022

Brussels Place Flagey to become green by 2023

The municipality of Ixelles and the Brussels Region have appointed the architectural firms Kollektif Landscape, based in Ghent, and Fallow and Ecorce, from Brussels, to carry […]
5 May 2022

How quickly is tourism recovering from the pandemic?

2021 was a positive year for tourism after the substantial drop in international travel seen in 2020. Last year, the number of nights spent at EU […]
5 May 2022

Italy lifts vaccine requirement for entering bars, restaurants and cinemas

On May 1st, Italy said goodbye to the coronavirus health certificate, or Green Pass, which will no longer be mandatory in places such as bars and […]
5 May 2022

Airbnb to stop its Covid-19 cancellation policy

On April 29th, Airbnb announced that the company will be ending its coronavirus-era cancellation policy. As of the 31st of May, the company’s policy will no […]
5 May 2022

This Portuguese couple creates art with trash picked up at the beach

A Portuguese couple has embarked on a project that uses art to raise awareness on pollution at sea. The inspiration? The stories that fishermen and fisherwomen […]
4 May 2022

War in Ukraine and Covid-19 take a toll on air cargo

The effects of Covid-19 in Asia and war in Ukraine brought negative consequences for global air cargo markets, which have registered a drop in demand with […]
4 May 2022

More than 570 cities will be exposed to the risk of rising sea levels by 2050

More than 570 cities will be exposed to the risk of rising sea levels, according to the C40 network of global cities collectively addressing climate change. […]
4 May 2022

Lufthansa now offers option of booking carbon neutral flights

Lufthansa has integrated the option for carbon-neutral flying into the booking system. When choosing their flights, Lufthansa customers now receive three options: Using Sustainable Aviation Fuel […]
3 May 2022

Qantas announces non-stop flights from Sydney to London and New York

On Monday May 2nd, Australian airline Qantas announced the launch of the first direct commercial flights from Sydney to London and New York by 2025. The […]
3 May 2022

Brussels Airlines no longer requires passengers to wear a face mask

The end of the Covid-19 pandemic seems to be in sight. While it is true we should not be letting our guard down, countries around the world […]
3 May 2022

Yet more evidence that consumers want sustainable travel

Expedia has just released its latest Sustainable Travel Study based on a survey of 11,000 travellers from 11 countries across the Americas, Europe, Asia and Australia. […]
3 May 2022

This 450 km cycling path from Paris to the Mont Saint-Michel dazzles bicycle travellers

Of all the countries one could choose to travel to, France certainly isn’t the shabbiest. In the land of love, wine and cheese, ultimate holiday vibes […]
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