Dana is a Travel Tomorrow reporter. She graduated 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.

10 March 2023

Brussels to install 1,000 scooter parking zones this summer

Electric scooters have become a popular mode of micro-mobility over the past years, but, at the same time, they have attracted a lot of controversy. One […]
9 March 2023

Belgian business venture to build world’s first artificial island in the North Sea

The Belgian consortium Jan De Nul and DEME won the tender for the construction of the world’s first artificial energy island in the North Sea. The […]
9 March 2023

Commission to propose a European declaration on cycling this summer

The EU institutions will complete an ambitious cycling plan this year, including commitments to increase funding for infrastructure and industrial growth, the European Commission’s Executive Vice […]
9 March 2023

Dublin’s canals are being turned into a cycling heaven

Dublin is one of those European cities that tends to stay a little under the radar. It’s certainly less famous than let’s say Paris, Amsterdam or […]
9 March 2023

Air travel recovery off to a very healthy start in 2023

The recovery of air travel demand continued strongly in January 2023, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), reaching 84.2% of pre-pandemic levels. IATA’s traffic […]
8 March 2023

Lisbon’s new airport could be built in Santarém

Santarém has been put forward as a candidate city to relieve the capacity problems at Lisbon’s Humberto Delgado airport. Named after Fernão de Magalhães, Portuguese navigator […]
8 March 2023

Canada’s first zero-emission train to launch in Québec this summer

Even though travelling by train is already an eco-conscious alternative to taking the plane or driving our individual cars, there’s always room for improvement. In a […]
8 March 2023

India is the country with the most female pilots

Although the statistics are improving slower than desired, the presence of a higher number of women as pilots is becoming a reality. More than a century […]
8 March 2023

Climate change to cause up to €900 billion economic damage in Germany by 2050

Climate change could cause economic damages of up to €900 billion by 2050 in Germany, according to a recent study conducted by research companies Prognos and […]
8 March 2023

Paris’ Notre Dame cathedral on track to reopen in 2024

Reconstruction of the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris is on track to reopen by the end of 2024, French officials said on Monday March 6th. This […]
8 March 2023

French general strike brings country to complete standstill this week

Unions across France have been in an ongoing battle against plans to increase the legal retirement age from 62 to 64. Previous trikes this year included […]
8 March 2023

Would you skip your inflight meal to go “green”?

While not everyone is thrilled with the prospect of skipping meals on board, a few airlines, including Delta and Japan Airlines, are offering customers the option […]
8 March 2023

China’s Tiangong space station to be expanded with new orbital module

China plans to expand its Tiangong space station by launching a new module that will dock with the existing structure and create a cross-shaped combination, the […]
7 March 2023

Long-haul travel crucial for European tourism recovery

The European Travel Commission (ETC), Tourism Economics, and the European Tourism Association (ETOA) held a joint press conference at ITB Berlin to discuss the state of […]
7 March 2023

Algarve to have a 38-kilometer tram connecting Olhão, Faro and Loulé

A new tram will link the cities of Olhão, Faro and Loulé in Portugal’s southern region of Algarve. An end to end trip will be 38 […]
7 March 2023

TAP Air Portugal CEO fired by government over illegal severance pay

The Portuguese government fired the CEO of state owned airline TAP Air, as a scandal over an irregular severance pay made to a former government official […]