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Flight Carbon Footprint Calculator.

Calculate your flight emissions with our calculator and offset your footprint with NFTCar NFTs.

What is Flight Carbon Footprint?

A flight carbon footprint refers to the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) and other greenhouse gases emitted by an aircraft during a flight. These emissions contribute to climate change and global warming.

Global emissions from airplanes are estimated to be around 2% of total global CO2 emissions. Airplane emissions have a greater climate effect on the planet due to the altitude at which the emissions are released.

It's important to note that calculating the carbon footprint of a flight depends on factors such as the type of aircraft and the length of the flight. 

How is Airplane Carbon Footprint Measured?

Air travel is measured in terms of air kilometers, which are the distance traveled by aircraft. The carbon footprint of a flight is typically calculated by multiplying the number of air kilometers traveled by the number of CO2 emissions per air kilometer. It is commonly accepted that, on average, one passenger traveling by airplane generates around 90 grams of CO2 emissions per kilometer traveled. 

By using this information, it's possible to estimate your carbon footprint of a flight based on the distance traveled.


For example, a flight with 1,000 kilometers would generate a carbon footprint of approximately 90 kg/CO2

(90 grams x 1000 km = 90 000 g/CO2 = 90 kg/CO2).

It's also worth noting that this only accounts for the carbon emissions from the flight and not the total carbon footprint from the whole journey (getting to the airport, staying overnight etc.)

Why does our calculator converts CO2 released into fuel burned?

The best way to everybody understands their environmental impact is by converting CO2 to fuel burned. 1 liter of fuel burned emits an average of 2.3 kilos of CO2. 

What is NFTCar NFTs?

NFTCar NFTs are converting high-pollution cars to carbon credits via NFTs. High-pollution cars have been bought, scrapped, and NFT created.


Our flight carbon footprint calculator helps you to calculate the amount of CO2 emissions generated by your flight. This CO2 is then converted into a non-fungible token (NFT) using a rate of 1 NFT per 1 ton of CO2. This provides you with a clear picture of your carbon footprint.

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NFTs, aka Carbon Credit. Why?

NFTs are by far the best technology to verify your carbon emissions reduction and environmental impact.

1. NFTs are unique digital assets that provide proof of ownership and authenticity of carbon offset credits. This ensures that carbon offset credits are not double-counted and that the environmental benefits of offsetting carbon emissions can be tracked and verified.

2. NFTs are stored on a decentralized blockchain, which makes them tamper-proof and resistant to fraud. This ensures that carbon offset credits are tracked and verified in a transparent and secure manner.

3. NFTs can be easily traded on various marketplaces, which provides a financial incentive for individuals and companies to offset their carbon emissions. This can help to drive the development of new technologies and projects that reduce carbon emissions.

If you are interested to learn more about carbon emissions, check out here. If you want to learn more about Carbon Footprint Calculator, check here.

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