Aviation News
Lufthansa Group Expands Flight Schedule

Lufthansa Group Expands Flight Schedule

The airlines in the Lufthansa Group are significantly expanding their services in the coming weeks and months. This applies to both short-haul and long-haul flights. The focus in expanding flight schedules is to again offer

Aviation News
Austrian Airlines to Resume Long-Haul Flights

Austrian Airlines to Resume Long-Haul Flights

Austrian Airlines’ resumption of regular flight operations is off to a good start. Due to the satisfactory demand, the flight schedule will be extended in the coming month. From July onwards, Austrian Airlines aircraft will

Cultural Tourism
Tomorrowland Launches New Festival at Brand New Location

Tomorrowland Launches New Festival at Brand New Location

Tomorrowland, spectacular two-day digital music festival experience, bringing together the planet's biggest names in electronic dance music and the world's best technologies in 3D design, video production and special effects. On Saturday July 25th and

Aviation News
Sheremetyevo Airport Begins Testing for COVID-19

Sheremetyevo Airport Begins Testing for COVID-19

Sheremetyevo International Airport has arranged for passengers, guests and employees of third-party organizations to be tested for the coronavirus infection. Testing is taking place currently at the health center at Terminal B and will be available

Aviation News
Brussels Airlines Prepares to Start Flights

Brussels Airlines Prepares to Start Flights

Brussels Airlines is getting ready to welcome passengers and staff again as from 15 June. Next to retraining its cockpit and cabin crew to be ready to start flying again, the airline has reviewed its

Tourism News
Americans Plan to Spend $737 on the First Trip after the Pandemic

Americans Plan to Spend $737 on the First Trip after the Pandemic

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many Americans found visiting family and friends to be a challenge and others were unable to do so at all. As everyone preps for the new normal, many Americans are

Cruise News
First Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Carnival and Princess Cruise Lines

First Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Carnival and Princess Cruise Lines

The first class action lawsuit was filed today on behalf of the more than 2,800 passengers negligently exposed to COVID-19 on the Princess Cruise Lines Grand Princess cruise from San Francisco to Mexico from February

Aviation News
Brussels Airport: More Than 100 Destinations

Brussels Airport: More Than 100 Destinations

Starting 15 June, Brussels Airport will considerably increase its passenger flights for all travel in the Schengen Area. The flight offer will increase progressively to exceed one hundred destinations in July, thus restoring the connectivity

Cruise News
AIDA Cruises Suspends Cruises in the USA and Canada

AIDA Cruises Suspends Cruises in the USA and Canada

Over the last months, huge efforts have been made worldwide to stem the spread of the coronavirus. Travel in Europe is slowly restarting. In expectation of a normalisation of tourism, AIDA Cruises is working intensively on

Aviation News
COVID-19 Tests Availible at Moscow Domodedovo

COVID-19 Tests Availible at Moscow Domodedovo

Moscow Domodedovo Airport has started offering an antibody test for COVID-19. You can get tested at the airport’s medical care facility, located in the terminal. The results will be forwarded via an e-mail within 1-4

Aviation News
Eastern Airways Launches Teesside – Cornwall Newquay Service

Eastern Airways Launches Teesside – Cornwall Newquay Service

A new summer sun route from Teesside International Airport in the North East of England to Cornwall Newquay in the South West of England will be introduced by Eastern Airways as part of the recovery