Microsoft Outlook Lite official: lighter inbox on your smartphone

Microsoft has officially announced Outlook Lite. The app offers you the full Outlook experience in a more efficient package. Smartphones in higher price ranges, say from 150 to 200 euros, are often smooth enough to run the regular apps from the Google Play Store. For Android devices around 100 euros, that sometimes starts to become … Read more

Emirates resumes flights to London Stansted

Emirates currently flies to seven different airports in the United Kingdom. In addition to the three London airports, there are also flights from Dubai to Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle and Glasgow. From October 2022, this amounts to 110 flights per week. With the increased frequency, the airline is responding to the rising demand for air tickets … Read more

Schiphol also limits the number of passengers in September and October: a problem especially during the autumn holidays

Schiphol has informed airlines and travel organizations that an average of 3,500 local departing passengers per day are expected to be too many in and around the two weeks of the autumn break. A solution must be found for them, such as moving their flights to regional airports. Rotterdam The Hague Airport has already announced … Read more

British Airways temporarily suspends short-haul flights from Heathrow

British Airways, owned by airline group IAG, said the cessation of sales of domestic flights and flights to European destinations is intended to allow existing customers to book tickets when needed. Airlines and airports in Britain and Europe are struggling to cope with the numbers of travelers returning on holiday in droves this summer after … Read more

Tesla installs swimming pool at Supercharger in Germany

Image: Tesla Welt Podcast Bored while charging your EV? In Germany you can make a splash in a Tesla swimming pool when the weather is nice. The American car maker Tesla has been working for some time on ways to make Supercharger stations more attractive while waiting. In Germany, the manufacturer has now installed a … Read more

Coup in Sudan, chaos in the country. Are the military arresting dissidents? –

Sudan remains in the grip of the military who took power in a coup on Monday, writes the portal of Radio Dabanga, a Sudanese broadcaster based in Amsterdam. The detentions continue, while the governing bodies of governmental and non-governmental institutions have been dissolved. Flights from Khartoum International Airport resumed Wednesday as most bridges remained closed … Read more