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15 December 2020

Is hydrogen the future for aviation?

As we see and experience the impact of climate change – flooding, storms, wildfires and drought – awareness of the consequences of climate change grows. The […]
15 December 2020

“International travel can restart without waiting for vaccines” — World Travel & Tourism Council

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and major international industry bodies have joined forces to call for the immediate restoration of international travel using proven […]
15 December 2020

Expats returning after Christmas scare Belgium

As the expat workforce begins to travel back home for the holidays, Belgian experts start worrying about a possible future spike in Covid-19 infections once expats […]
15 December 2020

Traveling post-Brexit: What to keep in mind

On January 1st, 2021, the United Kingdom will finally leave the European Union. This means that traveling between the EU and the UK will become more […]
14 December 2020

Covid-19: Schiphol gets ready to transport the vaccine

The Dutch government recently announced that the first vaccinations will probably take place in the Netherlands starting in January. But how does the vaccine actually get […]
14 December 2020

Ethiopian Airlines ‘Ready’ to Fly Covid-19 Vaccines to Africa

Ethiopian Airlines has announced the launch of a cold chain air freight to transport temperature-sensitive medicines, including a potential COVID-19 vaccine and comes amidst concerns of […]
14 December 2020

No entry to EU for UK citizens post-Brexit due to Covid-19 regulations

As the end of the Brexit transition period approaches, it has been announced that UK citizens will be unable to travel to EU states from 1st […]
14 December 2020

Can our global efforts to combat Covid-19 teach us to work collectively with climate change?

Last week, the UK started the vaccination of care workers, front line staff and elderly people across our nation. With many heralding the day of this […]
14 December 2020

Aldeia da Mata Pequena: A village with 12 people maintained tourism in the summer

Imagine a little enchanted village with only 12 people…  Just 3 families live in this place, hidden in a protected natural area called Penedo do Lexim. […]
11 December 2020

10 PM curfew extended to 15 January for large part of Belgium

Brussels Capital Region and Wallonia will both be extending their curfew until 15 January, according to announcements by the regions’ governments yesterday, in order to curb […]
11 December 2020

Brussels Region ready to launch its vaccination plan

The Brussels Capital Region has set up a Covid-19 vaccination plan, aiming to ensure that all inhabitants can get the shots. European authorities are supposed to approve […]
11 December 2020

Indonesia: Restarting Tourism in Bali

The United Nations World Tourism Organization, UNWTO, has concluded a first in-person visit to Bali since the start of the pandemic. The delegation met with key […]
10 December 2020

A no-deal Brexit could risk hundreds of thousands of jobs in the tourism industry

The UK government and the EU must agree a deal over Brexit to save and secure millions of Travel & Tourism jobs, says the World Travel […]
10 December 2020

Safe Traveller Journey in the new normal

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), which represents the global Travel & Tourism private sector, today unveils a major new report that recommends global guidelines […]
9 December 2020
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French government doubles shares in Air France: Additional 4 to 5 billion euros

Affected by travel restrictions and the side effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, AirFrance has reported continued losses. The losses have been so substantial that the State, […]
9 December 2020

EU 2030 emissions reduction target should be revised upwards to at least 60%

Ahead of the European Council summit on 10-11 December, mayors warn that the EU 2030 emissions reduction target should be revised upwards to at least 60% […]
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