A few things you should know before backpacking in Australia

Planning a backpacking trip to Australia can be a big endeavor. Despite reading a guidebook from cover to cover, there are some things you just won’t find out until you’re actually on the ground. These are some things we wish we knew before traveling to Australia. Be Realistic About What You Can See We both […]
Tasmania, Australia

Let’s go hiking!

It’s the middle of the summer and Europe as well as the US has been facing extreme heat for quite a while now. When the temperature gets too high it could be nice to seek some higher grounds, experience Mother Nature and cool down a bit. Therefor we’ve listed the most amazing Hikes in the […]
Let's go hiking

SAS launches climate positive menu

The Swedish airline Scandinavian Airlines is now launching “New Nordic by SAS” – a food concept whose inspiration comes from their passengers and the Nordic food philosophy where local, seasonal ingredients are key. With the focus on function, quality, taste and design, every SAS passenger will now be offered a selection of taste experiences based on […]

Passenger – Never settle for a coupon

According to Juho Eloranta, airline passengers are eligible for at least €250 compensation if the flight is delayed by at least 3 hours. Has your flight ever been delayed, cancelled or overbooked? In these circumstances it’s the clients’ own responsibility to apply for compensation as the airline won’t grant it automatically. When a flight is […]

Alitalia’s bidders: Lufthansa, easyJet & Cerberus; workforce, restructuring, politics all critical

The commissioners of the Italian airline’s administration and the Italian government are considering three offers for Alitalia from Lufthansa, the US private equity firm Cerberus, and easyJet (Air France-KLM denied any involvement in the process, following reports that it had bid jointly with easyJet). The restructuring plan adopted by Alitalia in Mar-2017 included growth in […]