Deborah O’Donoghue is a British-Irish writer who has lived in the UK, France and Belgium. She has travelled all over the world and worked in car body repairs, in the best fish ‘n’ chip shop in Brighton, and been a gopher in a comedy club, as well as a teacher. She’s a past winner of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association Short Story Prize. Her début novel, Sea of Bones, was published by Legend Press in 2019 and comes out in Germany in 2021. Follow Deborah on Twitter and Instagram.

9 November 2023

French air traffic control upgrade to cause 16,500 flight cancellations in early 2024

Hundreds of thousands of flyers are likely to be affected by disruption in French airspace control in early 2024. Thousands of flight cancellations will take place […]
9 November 2023

Spain might ban short haul flights

Spain could be banning short-haul flights soon if the plans to form a coalition government go ahead. As general elections in July 2023 were inconclusive, Prime […]
9 November 2023

European tourism inches closer to full recovery, but remains uneven across destinations

Europe’s tourism sector is inching closer to full pre-pandemic recovery, with international tourist arrivals sitting just 3.2% below 2019 levels, according to the European Travel Commission’s […]
9 November 2023

Global heating faster than predicted, warns scientist who sounded climate alarm in the 80s

Global temperatures are accelerating at rapid speed and will pass a major milestone this decade, research by the former NASA scientist James Hansen reveals, raising the […]
8 November 2023

Extraordinary Northern Lights display could signal start of “solar maximus”

The Northern Lights, or aurora borealis, have been unusually visible all across Europe in recent days, with people far beyond the lights’ usual Arctic Circle haunts […]
8 November 2023

Which air routes bring in the most revenue for airlines?

The most lucrative air routes by revenue have been revealed by Aviation analysts, OAG. Looking at data from the first two quarters of 2023, the findings […]
8 November 2023

Oman’s mangrove restoration to capture tons of carbon and generate $150 million in carbon credits

Oman’s government has been restoring mangroves at rapid speed, a valuable natural resource for their crucial role in the global environmental ecosystem but also for their […]
8 November 2023

Malaysia Airlines seeks to outdo rivals with free WiFi for all, no ifs or buts

Malaysia Airlines has launched free unlimited in-air WiFi at all class levels in all cabins without restrictions or conditions. While it is not the first carrier […]
8 November 2023

British tourists to Netherlands down 22% after Amsterdam’s “stay away” campaign

A Dutch tourist campaign has proven successful – in keeping tourists away. The “stay away” message was launched by Amsterdam earlier this year and targeted at […]
8 November 2023

Did you know that geothermal energy has been powering France since the 1960s?

France has a long history of utilizing geothermal energy for heating and electricity generation. The country has been investing in installed geothermal heating plants to harness […]
7 November 2023

Honda starts selling foldable electric scooters in the US

Urban mobility is going electric and Honda has just presented what it calls an “affordable solution for the masses” with its Motocompacto. The Japanese automaker started […]
7 November 2023

These are the 2023 winners of the Global Responsible Tourism Awards

The World Responsible Tourism Awards have been running since 2004 and have had a series of sponsors over the years, and they have grown and matured […]
7 November 2023

Virgin Atlantic granted authorisation for world-first transatlantic flight with 100% SAF

Earlier this year, Virgin Atlantic announced it was planning to fly from the UK to the US using only sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), a world first […]
7 November 2023

Woman arrested at Australian airport after runway incursion

An arrest has been made at Canberra Airport in Australia after a would-be passenger ran past security and onto the airside tarmac before trying to board […]
7 November 2023

Airbus with missing windows reached 4,400 metres before turning back to airport

A flight to Orlando from the UK’s Stansted Airport has had to turn back after just 36 minutes, after a crew member discovered “substantial damage” to […]
6 November 2023

“Dreamscape” greets flyers as Singapore re-opens Changi Airport’s Terminal 2

After three and a half years of engineering and expansion works, Singapore’s Changi Airport has re-opened Terminal 2 (T2). The re-opening was achieved ahead of schedule, […]