CHANGING CLIMATE DESTROYS THE WILDLIFE IN KENYA

Nils Kraus -
This year, 205 elephants died in Kenya because of the shortage of water. Drought creates problems not only for the wildlife in Kenya but for many other African animal species. ...

LOW-COST AIRLINES ARE THE BIG WINNERS OF THE CRISIS

Cecilia Garland -
Will tomorrow's air travel be exclusively low-cost? This is not necessarily the way ticket prices are going, but in any case, low-cost airlines have weathered the crisis better in Europe and beyond. E ...

GERMAN TOURISM REMAINS BELOW THE PRE-CRISIS LEVEL

Nils Kraus -
German tourism remains on the road to recovery. In September, hotels, guesthouses and other lodging establishments in Germany recorded 47.2 million overnight stays by both domestic and foreign guests, ...

TO BAN OR NOT TO BAN THE SHORT-HAUL FLIGHTS

Theodore Slate -
With the climate debate becoming ever more urgent, short-haul flights are increasingly being criticized. Flights of less than 500 kilometers are not ecological. Politicians like to use the issue to ma ...

THAILAND RECLAIMS ITS TITLE AS ASIA'S TOURISM POWER

Nils Kraus -
Thailand has already welcomed more than 7 million tourists between January 1 and October 26, 2022, with the overall target for the year 2022 being up to 10 million visitor arrivals. ...