Travel news: Focus on the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 777-9X


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(CNN) – A travel agency is urging holidaymakers to travel to bombed-out Ukrainian towns, despite global warnings. North Korea destroys websites in the tourist area of ​​Mount Kumgang, as soon as a logo of reconciliation between North Korea and South Korea. And Emirates CEO Tim Clark told CNN he wants Airbus to build a new super jumbo to replace the A380.

Here are the most recent developments in travel this week:

Is the greatest the highest?

Dubai-based Emirates is the world’s largest operator of the Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger plane.

Airbus has stopped producing megacrafts, so Emirates CEO Tim Clark is asking the European automaker to build an all-new super jumbo. But is the demand high enough?

One of the largest aircraft currently in growth, The Boeing 777-9X that CNN discovered at the Farnborough Worldwide Air Show last month. Although not the size of the A380, it is an entirely gigantic beast at 251 feet long (about 77 meters). Originally scheduled to enter service in 2020, the 777-9X is expected to hit the market in 2025.

So is bigger is higher? The US Federal Aviation Administration is asking the general public to discuss the size of business jet seats. But before you start complaining about your neighbor stealing your armrest, remember that he’s only looking for suggestions on safety issues.

Tourism and Ukraine

The Russian occupation should not only destroy Ukraine, but also significantly affect tourism in neighboring international destinations in Japanese Europe. We talked about how they deal with local businesses in Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Latvia and Romania.

And inside Ukraine, a travel agency has launched guided day trips to the country’s top cities, despite global warnings about touring Ukraine. people who have suffered from the struggle. The web platform guarantees walks through bomb particles, crumbling buildings and cathedrals, and burnt out marine equipment.

As the fight nears its sixth month, Russia remains away from the global group, with airlines and countries backing flight bans and sanctions. Nevertheless, one airline has decided to launch a return route to Russia in response to passenger demand.

life on the water

And in Croatia, a constitution ship offers the “superyacht” lifestyle for much less. For $82,000 a week you can find 21 of your closest friends and cruise islands on luxury cruise ships for less than a week.

A Swedish company hopes electric hydrofoils could very well be the answer to Venice’s “moto ondoso” – the waves that damage buildings and pavements from motorboats being pushed through the metropolis. That’s how it works.

Finally, Disney has a brand new cruise ship in its fleet. Disney Want is the first new Disney ship in a decade and can accommodate an incredible 4,000 passengers. He made his first trip last month.

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