Go skiing in helicopter


One skier flies for 30 minutes in an 2-seater helicopter that runs on kerosene. It requires 2 take-offs and 2 landings to drop the skier to a virgin slope and return to the heliport. To reach the ski station, the skier drives a car for 150km and back. The lifespan of the helicopter is 10,000 flight hours. The emissions include the construction, maintenance, and dismantling of the helicopter, the car, and the road, as well as the production of kerosene and gasoline and their consumption.

Carbon footprint breakdown

Flight 15.50%
Take off/Landing 52.67%
Transport home-heliport 31.83%

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