Compensation of CO2 emissions

Compensation of CO2 emissions

JetUp is the first company in Europe and the CIS in the field of business aviation that compensates for CO2 emissions in the amount of 200% of each flight, and passengers receive all supporting documentation.

JetUp supports the global environmental trend of airlines to compensate for CO2 emissions. All over the world such an initiative is becoming an invariable attribute of environmentally responsible business, supported by the government and the largest players in the air transportation market, but in Russia it has not yet received sufficient distribution. The CO2 emissions compensation program developed by JetUp is a new element of the company's environmental policy designed to help passengers offset the negative environmental impact that occurs during air transportation. Despite the obvious convenience of using private aircraft for personal needs and work, the efforts made around the world to create more environmentally friendly fuel and efficient engines are insufficient: at the moment, the private aviation industry can hardly be called "green".


The calculation of CO2 emissions has been developed in accordance with modern practices used in the aviation industry and according to existing methodologies of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

The approach to calculating the environmental impact is based on a well-known fact: 1 ton of aviation kerosene during combustion in an aircraft engine emits 3.15 metric tons of carbon dioxide (CO2), which adversely affects the atmosphere, leading to a greenhouse effect and climate change on our planet.

We calculate the degree of impact of air transportation of each flight on the environment, depending on the model of the aircraft, the route and the number of passengers, having relevant statistical and factual data.

3,000 kg

of fuel burns on the Milan - Paris flight
11,000 kg

of fuel burns on the Rome - New York flight
16,000 kg

of fuel burns on Milan - Los Angeles flight

Aviation is an extremely important sector that unites travelers and companies around the world, promotes economic growth and supports humanitarian missions. Therefore, it is important that this sector continues to do everything possible to pave the way for sustainable development, this is especially important considering that the demand for flights is expected to double over the next 15-20 years!


Compared to civil aviation, private aviation has a particularly large CO2 emission per passenger. Let's give an example: on a long-haul flight Moscow - New York on a Boeing 767-300 aircraft with a load of 250 people, the calculation of burned kerosene per passenger will be approximately 160 kg When making the same route on board the Bombardier Global 6000 with 6* passengers, the amount of fuel burned per person will be about 1850 kg. Such calculations show that, on average, 10 times more kerosene is burned for the transportation of 1 passenger of business aviation than for a passenger of civil aviation.

*(we take the average value based on the number of beds, often such routes are made with 2 passengers, and rarely are made with a full cabin)

Customers using business aviation services are highly conscious, including the desire for responsible consumption. JetUp's CO2 emissions compensation program clearly shows that the convenience of traveling on private boards will no longer have a negative impact on the environment!