Kazakhstan Adds 12 More Countries to Visa Free List

Shymkent, Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan increases its visa free list with 12 new countries. Find out which countries made the cut. Kazakhstan’s tourism has been growing rapidly for the past couple of years because of its government’s campaign to drive in tourism. Thanks to the fact it has the ninth largest country based on … Read more

Slovenia’s Main Airline “Adria” Goes Bankrupt

Adria declares bankruptcy

Slovenia’s major airline “Adria” declares bankruptcy. Find out why this happened below. The airline industry has been growing rapidly in Europe for the past decade. Many airlines are trying to cash in on the tourism boom and offer cheap flights and tour packages to travelers. Unfortunately, one of these airlines … Read more

Surge in UK Citizens Applying for Residence Permits in Cyprus

Cyprus residence permits

There is a surge of UK citizens getting residence permits in Cyprus. Why is there an increase? Cyprus has one of the largest British expat communities in the world. They tend to see the country as a Mediterranean paradise, allowing them to escape the dreary weather of Britain. Because of … Read more

Saudi Arabia Removes Costs for Foreigners in the Industry Sector


Saudi Arabia removes the fees on foreigners working in the industry sector. Find out more about this move below. Saudi Arabia is the world’s top oil exporter and many expats have been employed to keep the country’s oil fields running. However, employers find it difficult to sustain their workers because … Read more

Thomas Cook Airlines Goes Bankrupt

Thomas Cook Airlines

Long-time airline Thomas Cook Airlines goes bankrupt. Find out why they declared bankruptcy. One of Britain’s longest travel company, Thomas Cook, opened opportunities for many British citizens to travel around the globe. They have their own fleet of 50 medium and long-range jets under Thomas Cook Airlines and several subsidiaries, … Read more

Japan Receives Less Tourists from S. Korea in 2019

Yanagawa, Fukuoka, Japan

Japan says there is a decline on the number of tourists from South Korea. Find out more about it below. Both South Korea and Japan have been at odds since last year with regards to their political position over North Korea. Because of their disagreement, it has affected other industries … Read more

UK Relaxes Work Restrictions on Student Visas

Work Visa for Students in the UK

The United Kingdom relaxes work restrictions on student visas. Find out why it can now double as a work visa once the new policy is active. If you are a student in a foreign country, you cannot work while you study. When you are studying in a foreign country, it … Read more

Qatar Airways Expands Routes Network to Osaka and Luanda

Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways has two new routes. Find out where the airline now flies to. Qatar Airways is one of the Middle East’s biggest airline carriers and has expanded its network since it started. This month, the airline announces its newest flights to increase its network. Qatar Airways’ Newest African Routes … Read more

Hong Kong Airport Sees Less Traffic After Protests

hong kong airport

Hong Kong Airport has lower traffic than normal. Find out why this happened in this report. Hong Kong Airport is a popular hub for tourists who wish to travel onward to Europe and the Americas. It is one of the world’s busiest airport hubs and has a large passenger and … Read more

Sierra Leone Relaxes Visa Policy

sierra leone visa

It will now be easier to get a visa to visit Sierra Leone. Find out how in this report. In a bid to improve tourism and foreign investment, Sierra Leone announced that it will be revising its visa policy. It will now be easier to get visa on arrival or … Read more