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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.

14 June 2022

Timeshare members suffer the most from chaos at UK airports

Airlines are short staffed and huge numbers of flights are being cancelled last minute from UK airports. Knowing this, most holidaymakers are able to plan holidays […]
13 June 2022

Rooftop gardens can help reduce heat in cities, new study shows

A recent study by NASA published in the journal Sustainable Cities and Society has shown that due to an effect called the “urban heat island,” temperatures […]
13 June 2022

Why are trains to Brussels Airport so expensive?

There are two public transport options to reach Brussels Airport from the city. One is the number 12 bus, which takes about an hour, and in […]
13 June 2022

Kazakhstan lifts all Covid-19 travel restrictions

From June 8th, proof of vaccination and Covid-19 PCR tests are no longer required for Kazakh and foreign citizens upon arrival in Kazakhstan, as reported by […]
13 June 2022

What’s ‘flex travelling’ and why is it the latest travel trend?

Flexibility. It’s been a very trending word over the last few years. Whether it’s about work, family life or something else. And the flex movement has […]
13 June 2022

Lufthansa takes off as “Lovehansa” to celebrate Pride Month

On the occasion of Pride Month, Lufthansa is taking off with a very special aircraft to destinations throughout Europe. The Airbus A320neo with the registration D-AINY […]
13 June 2022

These emerging technologies could boost renewable energy storage capacity up to 3,000% by 2050

A recent report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has outlined 3 emerging technologies that could boost the US’ renewable energy storage capacity up to […]
13 June 2022

US lifts Covid-19 testing requirement for inbound travellers entering the country

On Sunday, June 12, the U.S. lifted Covid-19 pre-departure testing requirement for travellers entering the country. Air travelers no longer need to present a negative Covid-19 […]
13 June 2022

Brussels Airport security staff to strike on Monday 20 June

Further strikes will hit Brussels Airport in Zaventem starting on Monday June 20, paralyzing the airport’s operations. This time, security officers working for G4S at Zaventem […]
10 June 2022

Strike at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport led to over 100 cancelled flights

Staff at Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris announced a strike on Thursday this week, which forced the airport to cancel 25% of the scheduled flights. […]
10 June 2022

Lufthansa and Eurowings cancel over 1,000 flights in July

Lufthansa and its low-cost subsidiary Eurowings have announced that a series of cancellations will be implemented in July to stabilize the flight schedule which risks major […]
10 June 2022

EU Parliament Emissions Trading Amendment damages climate change cooperation, says IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expressed surprise and concern at the EU Parliament decision to adopt the proposed amendments to the Fit for 55 revision […]
10 June 2022

Blue Origin’s NS-21 crew in awe after first flight into space

On Saturday June 4th, Blue Origin‘s New Shepard spacecraft carried six new tourists into space in a ten-minute flight that marked the fifth successful manned mission […]
9 June 2022

6 countries join forces for a European cycling strategy

Bicycles are becoming an ever more important mode of transportation. Six European countries pushed the EU to take action on mobility and deliver a cycling strategy […]
9 June 2022

Aeroflot plans to get $3 billion for big aircraft order

Aeroflot has been under a lot of pressure lately.  Firstly, because passenger numbers are still 33% lower compared to pre-pandemic levels and, secondly, because of the […]
9 June 2022

Eurozone tourism to enjoy a strong year despite high inflation

According to a new report by Oxford Economics, tourism continues to enjoy a strong year despite high inflation. Oxford Economics’ Tourism Tracker shows that overnight stays […]
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