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  • European Union lawmakers set to address for “unfair” aviation competition rules

    Published on : Wednesday, March 21, 2018

    European Union lawmakers are taking the steps to address the “unfair” airline competition rules. The non- EU carriers could see their rights to fly in the bloc revoked if they or their home countries.   Some EU airlines, notably Air …

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  • European Commission backs Romania with 129 million euro for railway modernization

    Published on : Thursday, February 22, 2018

    The European Commission provides 129 million euro to Romania for the modernization of railways, which will enhance the economic growth along with the travel and tourism industry.     The money backing from European Union, made available under the EC …

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  • EC warns UK airlines of facing European grounding post Brexit

    Published on : Wednesday, December 13, 2017

      If no Brexit arrangements are made the British airlines’ flights to the European Union will be grounded according to the European Commission.     After March 30, 2019 the UK carriers will no  longer have the freedom of the …

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  • Brussels restricts Britain’s hosting of European Capital of Culture

    Published on : Friday, November 24, 2017

    Brussels will not allow the British to host the European Capital of Culture scheduled in 2023 after Brexit even though the scheme is permissible to the countries that aren’t in the European Union.     The UK would have been …

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  • Airbnb acquires ad tech startup Accomable for disabled users

    Published on : Friday, November 17, 2017

    Airbnb has purchased a British travel website that is designed for travellers with disabilities.   ‘Accomable’ had been founded two years ago by two entrepreneurs with spinal muscular atrophy. It has been bought by the US brand for an undisclosed …

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  • Catalonia declared independence from Spain amid tourism crisis

    Published on : Saturday, October 28, 2017

    As there is a massive political tension which decline the tourism to Spain’s one of the richest place, Catalonia declared independence as Madrid imposes the direct rule.     The Catalan regional parliament has voted to announce the political and …

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  • Balearic Islands urge EU to limit alcohol on flights

    Published on : Thursday, July 13, 2017

    Authorities in the Balearic Islands, home to the party resorts of Ibiza and Mallorca, requested the European Union and Spain to ban alcohol on flights and in airports as they battle “anti-social tourism”.   Drunken brawls or alcohol-fuelled sexual antics …

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  • Portugal wildfire claims more than 62 lives

    Published on : Tuesday, June 20, 2017

    Described as the “greatest wildfire tragedy of recent years”, Central Portugal witnessed a raging wildfire experience killing at least 62 people and injured dozens more.   The fires began on Saturday in the Pedrógão Grande region during an intense heatwave …

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  • EU decides against calling off visa-free travel for Canadians

    Published on : Wednesday, May 3, 2017

    The European Union has declared that it has decided against suspending visa-free travel arrangements with Canada as well as the United States following great progress made on resolving the standoff.   The U.S. is now refusing to permit visa-free travel …

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