27 June 2022

The Netherlands to reduce capacity at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol over noise pollution

The Dutch government is planning to cut Schiphol airport’s operations by around 20% next year in an effort  to reduce noise pollution. The Netherlands will introduce […]
27 June 2022

First electric flying ferry to become the fastest public transport in Stockholm

The world’s fastest electric ship, the Candela P-12 Shuttle, is set to hit Stockholm’s waters next year, heralding a new era of transport. The innovative hydro […]
27 June 2022

Strike at Brussels Airlines ends after three days

 Brussels Airlines has resumed its services after a three-day strike from 23 June to 25 June. The strike of the airlines’ cabin crew and pilots led […]
24 June 2022

Peeing in the ocean in Spain is now finable by up to €750

The city council of Vigo, in the northern Spanish region of Galicia, has established that urinating in any outdoor spaces, including the ocean, is an offence […]
24 June 2022

5 reusable items to take with you on every trip

Let’s face it, there’s nothing more fun and more relaxing than going on a trip. When it comes to changing up your daily routine or having […]
24 June 2022

Tourism in Portugal to grow above pre-pandemic levels this year

Tourism is projected to return to pre-pandemic level in the middle of the year of 2022. The figures were announced by the Bank of Portugal’s economic […]
24 June 2022

Kazakhstan’s tourism industry is recovering and sees new opportunities

Kazakhstan is welcoming international and local tourists. In the first four months of 2022 alone, the industry attracted 75.6 billion tenge (US$173.7 million), whereas the target […]
24 June 2022

New Dutch night train service to Barcelona with stop in Brussels

The Dutch-Belgian railroad company European Sleeper wants to run a night train to Barcelona several times a week by the end of next year. The train, […]
23 June 2022

How can cities minimize the effects of heatwaves?

With climate change getting more serious every day, heatwaves are becoming a regular occurrence across the globe. Not only are they becoming more frequent, but also […]
23 June 2022

Thailand to lift practically all remaining Covid rules from 1 July

On June 17th, the Government of Thailand announced that from July 1st entry restrictions for international arrivals will be lifted. Authorities of the Center for Situation […]
23 June 2022

Nepal’s Everest Base Camp threatened by climate change and tourism

The combination of climate change and tourism is causing new stresses in Everest. Melting glaciers are condemning the closure of Nepal’s Everest Base Camp. 1. Base […]
23 June 2022

Airbus backs German Air Force to increase green fuels on its fleet

Airbus announced it is supporting the German Air Force in their long-term transformation to increase sustainability of its aircraft fleet. #A400M: Airbus supports German Air Force […]
23 June 2022

This is what Qantas will offer on its 20-hour flights

Qantas’ Project Sunrise is expected to offer direct flights from Sydney to London and New York in 2025. Sunrise Project will also include direct flights from […]
23 June 2022

Airlines ask governments to increase incentives for production of sustainable aviation fuels

In a show of commitment to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2050, airlines worldwide are calling for governments to add large-scale incentives for the rapid […]
23 June 2022

Are passport stamps a thing of the past?

Passport stamps have long been a sort of souvenir of our trips abroad. And the fact that they are bound to our own passport makes them […]
22 June 2022

Test flight on first regional commercial aircraft using 100% SAF successfully completed

Yesterday, regional aircraft manufacturer ATR, Swedish airline Braathens Regional Airlines and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) supplier Neste collaborated to enable the first ever 100% SAF-powered test […]
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