Air Cargo Forum 2016: Aiming for new peaks in air cargo

We’re now in the final countdown to TIACA’s 28th International Air Cargo Forum, which promises to be the most important cargo event of the year. Hosted by Aéroports de Paris and Air France-KLM-Martinair Cargo, innovation will top the agenda in the event held October 26-28 at Porte de Versailles in Paris, France. Over 3000 supply ... Read the full article

Houston gets set for Breakbulk Americas 2016

We’re now only two weeks away from the start of Breakbulk Americas 2016 – the largest exhibition of its kind in the Americas, bringing top-tier shippers together with project cargo service providers. Held at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston from September 26-29, the event will attract senior logistics professionals from around the ... Read the full article

The Best Stages to Perform Around the World

Performing on stage is a joy for musicians and singers, but there are some stages around the world that make the experience even better. These are some of the best stages to perform around the world… Villa Rufolo, Ravello, Italy Ravello is often described as a hidden treasure on the gorgeous Amalfi Coast in Italy. ... Read the full article

An Introduction to Namur

For the last of our Belgium series we finish in the small city in the heart of Belgium and the capital of the region of Wallonia, Namur. With a population of just over 100,000 it is a modest sized city, but that doesn’t mean it has nothing to offer visitors. Although you might not previously ... Read the full article

Ghent – Belgium’s Best Kept Secret

If you are up-to-date with all our Belgium blogs this month you may be finding it difficult to choose between these great cities, or to pack them all in a short break. Not to worry, as the small port city of Ghent combines the beautiful architecture of Bruges, the vibrancy of Antwerp and rich history ... Read the full article

Spend a Day in Charming Charleroi

It’s our 4th instalment for Belgium month, perhaps you have already decided where to base your Belgium break after discovering Bruges, Brussels and Antwerp. But now let’s travel an hour south of Brussels to charming Charleroi. Once a rich and powerful city due to its coal and mining business it’s a great place to visit for the ... Read the full article

Antwerp – the Fashion Capital of Belgium

For our third instalment of Belgium month we are travelling to Belgium’s ‘second city’, Antwerp. Antwerp is home to the biggest port and population in the country. Much like nearby Bruges, Antwerp is a beautiful, stylish and exciting destination to visit, perfect for art, fashion or diamond lovers and big shoppers. This quaint city is ... Read the full article

Cosmopolitan Brussels

It’s Belgium month, after stopping off in fairytale Bruges last week it’s time to jet over to the trendy capital. Home to over one million people and the proud capital city of Belgium, Brussels is fast becoming a stylish hot spot for weekend getaways and short breaks. Whilst Belgium might be a relatively small country, ... Read the full article

Get ready for Farnborough Air Show 2016

It is that time of year again for the world famous Farnborough Air Show. The event lasts for a whole week, combining aerospace industry trade exhibitions with impressive public air shows. The event attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year as they gather to see some of the best pilots and planes in the ... Read the full article

Fly into the fairytale city of Bruges

This month it’s all about Belgium and where better to start than the stunning capital of West Flanders, Bruges. Looking like a fairytale city come to life, situated in northwest Belgium calmly lies the quaint, charming and beautiful city of Bruges. 120,000 people populate this city and whilst Bruges is small in size you’ll find it ... Read the full article

Discovering Imperial St. Petersburg

Russian port city St. Petersburg is the cultural centre of the country, and is frequently described as being more sophisticated and refined than Moscow. Whilst we’re not sure which city is our favourite, we do know that St. Petersburg delights and enchants visitors and is somewhere many people return to time and time again. This ... Read the full article

The Mexican Riviera – Luxury, History and Aquatic Activity

When you are taking off on your private charter jet to luxury sun, sea and relaxation the Maldives often comes first to mind. However, stretched across 120km of the Caribbean coastline on Mexico’s north-eastern Yucatán Peninsula lies this picturesque country’s jewel – the Riviera Maya. Boasting a tourist corridor of luxury hotels, first class cuisine ... Read the full article