Jakarta to Kuala Lumpur

Jakarta to Kuala Lumpur is the tenth most popular flight in the world, with over 10,000 passengers flown between the two airports each day. The flight takes around 2 hour and 20 mins resulting in 205.3kg of CO2e of passenger being produced. There is a distance of around 1128km between the two airports, resulting in an average 0.18kg of CO2e per km per passenger. If you drove this distance in an average petrol car then it would produce around 196.6kg of CO2e and an electric car would only produce 64.6kg of CO2e.

This average flight from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport to Kuala Lumpur International Airport will produce:

205.3kg CO2e per passenger