Madeira to open up to vaccinated tourists

Since the start of the pandemic, the archipelago of Madeira has been considered one of the safest destinations in Europe and has been widely praised for its handling of the Covid-19 crisis. Despite currently being on the red list in the UK, due to being part of Portugal (although it is geographically over 1,000 kilometres from the mainland), there…

Beach trips in Brazil are the preference of Brazilians in 2021

[uam_ad id=”317182″]RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Almost one year of official quarantine has led many people to dream of feeling the sand under their feet, feeling the breeze and swimming in the sea.The coast is the national preference when traveling in Brazil, a trend reinforced by the feeling of freedom produced by so much time spent indoors. The…

Spain extends travel ban on South African nationals yet again

Spain announced a further extension of the travel ban it implemented against the three nations where the highly infectious new COVID-19 variants are prevalent.On Tuesday 23 February, the Spanish cabinet decided to extend entry restrictions for travellers from South Africa, Brazil and the United Kingdom for another two weeks.TWO-WEEK EXTENSION TO TRAVEL…

Nigeria: Air Peace’s 13 E195-E2s – Continental Game Changer

Lagos — On January 28, 2021, the trajectory of Nigeria's aviation sector, and in fact that of continental Africa, experienced a stride of no mean feat as West Africa's foremost airline, Air Peace, in its characteristic show of strength, blazed the trail by taking delivery of the first ever E195-E2 aircraft in the whole of Africa, from the Brazilian

Embraer sees jet deliveries slip by a third in 2020

Embraer delivered 71 jets in the fourth quarter of 2020, of which 28 were commercial aircraft and 43 were executive jets. The figures represent a decrease of ten aircraft in the quarter in comparison with the last quarter of 2019. ADVERTISEMENT The Brazilian company delivered a total of 130 jets in 2020 as a whole, comprised of 44 commercial aircraft

Samba and caipirinhas: how to celebrate Rio’s cancelled carnival online

For millions of people around the world, this Friday evening should be the most joyous of the year – the first night of carnival. In a normal year, brass and steel pan bands in New Orleans and Trinidad would be polishing their instruments after months of rehearsals, and mardi gras paraders pulling on spangled costumes before hitting the streets. And

17 famous landmarks in the world that are a must-see after lockdown

Last modified on Jan 14, 2021 16:50 GMT hellomagazine.com Where to travel after the coronavirus lockdown? Try these famous landmarks, including Sydney Harbour Bridge, Macchu Picchu and the Taj Mahal. Dreaming of your post-lockdown holiday? All this extra time at home following the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has given us

Emirates to bring A380 to Sao Paulo route next month

This will be the first time that the iconic aircraft has returned to South America since the suspension of passenger flights due to the Covid-19 pandemic in March. …

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