Travel This aeroplane will change travel forever

06:32  15 may  2018
06:32  15 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

Carbon footprint of global tourism significantly underestimated: study

  Carbon footprint of global tourism significantly underestimated: study Global tourism is reportedly responsible for eight percent of global greenhouse emissions, double of what was previously thought.The findings, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, show that the environmental impact of globetrotting travellers -- particularly affluent jetsetters -- has been significantly underestimated.

The aircraft that could potentially change long-haul travel forever took off for the first time from the Airbus factory in Toulouse. Its capabilities will spark sibling rivalry; this aircraft can fly further than any other aircraft ever built.

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a large passenger jet flying through the air: The Ultra Long Range A350 XWV is the latest edition to the A350 family.© MediaWorks NZ

The Ultra Long Range A350 XWV is the latest edition to the A350 family.

The aircraft that could potentially change long-haul travel forever took off for the first time from the Airbus factory in Toulouse.

The Ultra Long Range A350 XWV is the latest edition to the A350 family.

Its capabilities will spark sibling rivalry; this aircraft can fly further than any other aircraft ever built.

a close up of a map: The Ultra Long Range A350 XWV is the latest edition to the A350 family.© MediaWorks NZ

The Ultra Long Range A350 XWV is the latest edition to the A350 family.

Singapore Airlines have so-far ordered seven of them; some will be used on what will become the world's longest flight, non-stop from Singapore to New York.

Share Checked Luggage With Your Travel Companion In Case A Bag Gets Lost

  Share Checked Luggage With Your Travel Companion In Case A Bag Gets Lost This week a friend of mine made a suggestion I was surprised I hadn't thought of before - splitting your checked items across two suitcases with a friend. The idea behind this is this if one of you lose your suitcase, you both will still have the things you need to get by until the MIA suitcase makes its way to your destination.Personally, I try to avoid checking a bag whenever possible, but sometimes doing so is pretty unavoidable. When you're travelling for a week or more, especially to a colder climate that calls for bulkier clothes, then you probably need to go for that larger bag.

London to New York in ONE hour: How this hypersonic jet could change flying FOREVER . The French firm revealed in its patent that its new hypersonic aeroplane would be able to fly at Mach 4.5 – over four times the speed of sound.

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Advanced fuel tanks mean the A350 ULR can take off with an extra 24,000 litres of fuel without the need for additional tanks.

The A350 XWB is fast becoming the jewel in Airbus' crown. It features beyond state-of-the-art aerodynamic design, a carbon fibre fuselage and wings. It will operate using two newly designed Rolls Royce engines.

Airbus is working with airlines and suppliers to create the best cabin interior for passengers on board, however it's unlikely at this stage the aircraft will feature the recently announced 'bunk bed class' in the cargo hold, but if the pressure from airlines such as Qantas increases, that could easily change.

7 Things I Learned When I Sold Everything I Own to Travel the Country in an RV .
<p>One year ago, I lived what most would classify as a pretty normal life. My husband and I worked (probably too much), and we spent a lot of spare time DIY'ing our sweet little fixer-upper by the beach in Charleston, South Carolina. Packing lunches and cobbling together costumes at the last minute proved part of our day-to-day, as our daughter had just started kindergarten. Life flew by at an ever-quickening pace.</p>Granted, we didn't make this decision lightly. But with each passing day, we became more convinced it was the right decision. We constantly felt the tug of travel in our bones, the dull yet persistent ache of wanderlust.

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