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Estimate your business travel impact

It's time to change your old habits... It's time to stop wasting your time, money and business effectiveness in long mandatory travels! You're part of the digital sharing generation, use the power of people digital connectivity to feel free in your business challenges and improve your lifestyle.

Find out the assumptions we took below and estimate NOW your business travel impact and take action.

 

Carbon footprint

If X>500: [A+B]*D*E*F*G*H
If X<500:     C   *D*E*F*H
(Where X is the one-way distance)

The formula is based on the following assumptions:

  - A: the consumption of fuel generated by a plane during taking off and landing (250 km in total).
    A=0.076*250

  - B: the consumption of fuel generated by a plane during the flight. B=(X-250)*0.025

  - C: consumption of fuel generated by a plane on a distance less than 500 km. C=0.076*X

  - D: the consumption of fuel increases with the distance (2% every 1,000 km)

  - E: the indirect emissions of CO2 made by the transportation of fuel (+10%) and by the maintenance of the
    aircraft (+10%)

  - F: A litre of fuel contains 3.1 kg of CO2

  - G: the high altitude greenhouse impact (including all the warming gases released in the atmosphere, nitric 
    oxide, nitrogen dioxide, water vapour etc.)

  - H: For a return flight, the CO2 emissions double

  - J: A trip in business or first class increase the consumption of CO2 by 40%

 

Trip duration

  - If the distance is less than 2,000 km, we assume that the traveller will stay 2 working days and 1
    night there

  - If the distance is between 2,001 and 8,000 km, we assume that the traveller will stay 3 working days and
    2 nights there

  - If the distance is over 8,001 km, we assume that the traveller stay 5 working days and 4 nights there

  - During the application you can choose to add or remove “nights”.

  - If you add one night, you also add one working day

  - If you remove one night, you also remove one working day

  - To sum up, the number of working days equals the number of nights + 1


Plane ticket

  - As we didn't find any resource that provides an average price per kilometre by plane, we made the
    following assumptions by benchmark in the average plane ticket price (see table)

  - Distances correspond to the distance one-way journey

  - Prices correspond to return tickets prices

  - Travelling Business or First Class increases the ticket price on average by 100%

 

 

 

 

 

 


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