Marta studied Political Science and Media & Journalism at the Catholic University of Portugal (UCP) and has developed her journalistic career working for the Portuguese newspapers Diário de Notícias, Correio da Manhā and media outlets in Brussels. She is a reporter for Travel Tomorrow, and is also engaged in delivering communications services and EU policy research for different consultancies in Brussels. A former Blue Book trainee of the European Commission, Marta has a keen interest in EU and global affairs, and experience in reporting and interpreting information. Whenever she can, Marta loves traveling, exploring nature and learning about regenerative agriculture. She is also quite enthusiastic about space ventures and the cosmos.

4 November 2022

What is the impact of online travel agencies in Europe?

While the traditional travel agency became obsolete with the establishment of the digital world, online travel agencies (OTAs) in Europe are playing an important function in […]
3 November 2022

How US tourists spent their summer holidays in Spain

Mabrian, a tourism intelligence company, has published a new study called ‘The impact of American tourists in Spain’, which collects and analyses data relating to the […]
3 November 2022

National rail strikes to disrupt UK services 4-11 November

Heavy disruptions are expected across the UK over the next week, as several national rail strikes are planned form 4 to 10 November. According to Independent, […]
3 November 2022

Elon Musk’s Starlink to provide high-speed internet on commercial flights

Aircraft around the world will soon experience SpaceX‘s unique, high-speed satellite internet, Starlink. 1. Starlink Aviation Following the success of Starlink, developing low-latency broadband internet to meet the demand […]
2 November 2022

Convenience is passengers’ top priority after pandemic

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has announced the results of its 2022 Global Passenger Survey (GPS), registering over 10,000 responses from 222 countries, which shows […]
2 November 2022

Scotland to Europe ferry link set to restart operations in 2023

The city of Bruges has officially confirmed the reopening of the ferry link between Zeebrugge (West Flanders, Belgium) and the port of Rosyth, Scotland, from 2023. […]
2 November 2022

World’s largest aircraft successfully completes test flight with hypersonic vehicle

Roc, the world’s largest flying aircraft, has successfully completed a test flight carrying a hypersonic vehicle. Stratolaunch‘s aircraft took off on 28 October from Mojave Air […]
2 November 2022

Heathrow lifts passenger cap, but could reinstate it for Christmas holidays

Heathrow, like other airports around the world, struggled over the past summer with the return of demand as the pandemic came to an end. The airport’s […]
2 November 2022

Ryanair issues warning for passengers with flights in November

Ryanair has issued a warning for its customers who have booked flights in November, as both the airline’s website and mobile app will be down for […]
2 November 2022

Mina Guli is running 200 marathons to help tackle the world’s water crisis

Australian ultra-marathoner and environmental activist Mina Guli plans to run 200 marathons in 365 days until the start of the United Nations Water Conference in March […]
2 November 2022

China’s trackless trams could revitalize city suburbs

China’s trackless trams could revitalize city suburbs. They’re a cross between light rail and a city bus. They run on rubber tires instead of tracks but […]
2 November 2022

British Airways owner IAG added to bidders for acquiring TAP Portugal

The International Airlines Group (IAG), the Anglo-Spanish aviation group which owns British Airways and Iberia, is considering the possibility of acquiring TAP Portugal. According to The […]
1 November 2022

Responsible Tourism at World Travel Market, London

For the last few years the World Travel Market (WTM), London has emerged as the largest annual Responsible Tourism event with an extensive programme of panels […]
1 November 2022

How climate change is forcing monkeys out of trees

Climate change is affecting us all. Every single living being on the Earth gets to experience the consequences of our actions, ranging from terrible droughts to […]
1 November 2022

Schiphol Airport extends compensation for passengers affected by long queues

Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport has been one of the most affected hubs by the recovery of the aviation sector this year. The lack of staff saw the […]
1 November 2022

These are the best universities for 2023

The US’s share of the world’s top 100 universities is declining while that of East Asian nations and universities in the Middle East is on the […]
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