Flying Carbon Neutral on Company Jets Costs Less Than You Think
So what’s the carbon cost of flying company execs on private jets? Helium report, with the help of Terrapass, calculated the cost to offset carbon dioxide emissions when flying in a private jet.
The article reviews 10 popular jets in four categories and found the cost to fly carbon neutral ranges from $7 to $60 an hour A?AA¢AA¢aAA¬AA¢a?A¬? a minuscule amount when flying private costs $2,000 to $13,000 an hour. For less than $10,000, companies looking to spiff up their green credentials can offset 200 hours in a Falcon 2000, a 10-seat jet that costs more than $25 million.
Don’t fly private? TerraPass offers a widget that calculates your carbon dioxide emissions when flying commercial.
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