The date for this year’s Airport Night Run has been set. On Saturday, 18 April 2015, Berlin Brandenburg Airport will transform itself for the ninth time into a running course.
Ice has suddenly blossomed across the Great Lakes, with the ice pack nearly doubling in just a little more than a week. More info
As people around the world celebrate Chinese New Year, the travel industry is getting ready for the Spring Festival – the country’s most important holiday.
On 20 March the once-in-a-lifetime solar eclipse will be visible in Scotland around 9:30am, when the moon will completely block the sun, offering a great view of its corona. More info
There is a growing number of women at the helm of travel companies, but considering that women drive 70% of all leisure travel spend and 80% of corporate travel bookings it’s surprising that there are not more firms with female representation at executive level. More info
It’s been a grisly 12-month period for the airline industry — from the two Malaysia Airlines accidents to the latest horrifying video of the TransAsia crash, there’s been no shortage of anxiety-producing aviation news. Other analysis from insurers shows a nearly $1 trillion risk exposure in aviation. More info
Sweden is willing to employ workers even from non-EU countries, and all you would need is a valid passport and a work contract. Various jobs can be found online or in a direct contact with your Swedish employer. Norway is also one of the most popular countries to live in the past few years. More info
Over the decades, tourism has experienced continued growth and deepening diversification to become one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world. Modern tourism is closely linked to development and encompasses a growing number of new destinations. These dynamics have turned tourism into a key driver for socio-economic progress. More info
A subterranean network of cycle superhighways could help ease London’s congestion problems. The scheme, known as London Underline, would repurpose disused tube tunnels, stations and reservoir chambers to reduce the number of cyclists on the road in the centre of the city. More info
Japan will soon open a hotel that will be staffed with robots and other advanced technologies. With “A commitment for evolution,” this hotel is definitely setting a trend in the hospitality business. More info