After the Louvre and the Vladimir Cosma concert at Le Grand Rex, Bert and Wim left Paris for Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Vienna and Prague. On Sunday, I decided to go to the Musée de Cluny – Musée national du Moyen Âge in the Quartier Latin.
The difference between low-cost carriers and legacy airlines is becoming even smaller: Lufthansa Group announced today that there will be no more free food or drinks on board short haul flights as from spring 2021.
We all realise by now that the aviation industry is in it’s biggest crisis ever. One year ago airlines were growing, buying new planes and launching new destinations. The only challenge was finding enough qualified staff to fly those planes. Today looks very different. No one can predict the future, but let’s take a look…
Antwerp Queer Arts Festival had to cancel all its indoor events. 99% of the activities planned. What’s left? The ‘Queer Arts Walk‘. I took a guided tour, with Silvia Terrenzio. But you can very well do the tour on your own.
Early 2020 AD. Danny and I embark on a 21st century Odyssey. On the Majestic Princess from Sydney to New Caledonia, Vanuatu and Fiji. Back to Sydney, then to Melbourne and flying back home.
There is talk to use the Waaslandtunnel, a.k.a. Konijnenpijp as a cyclists’ tunnel. Meanwhile, some dream of opening Antwerp International Airport (ANR) as a park.
The Loft is the flagship lounge of Brussels Airlines. In 2018 the lounge was renovated and enlarged. Last year, it won the World Travel Award for being the best business class lounge in Europe. Let’s check if this award is well deserved. Spoiler: yes.
If all goes well, Train World will operate steam train between Brussels and Mechelen (Malines), reports Gazet van Antwerpen. The service could start in 2020.
Air Antwerp launched operations almost two months ago. For the moment they have only one airplane: a 29-year-old Fokker 50. They operate one route: Antwerp to London City Airport. In times of climate awareness there is a lot of discussion about these kind of short haul flights. But as a born and raised ‘Antwerpeneer‘ I…
Austrian Airlines was the only Lufthansa Group airline I hadn’t tried yet. So I was really excited for this flight. Austrian Airlines is one of the few airlines that still offers complimentary service on board, which is always nice.