Flix reveals environmental and social performance data

This Earth Day (22 April), global travel-tech company Flix issues its second voluntary ESG report, disclosing its environmental, social and corporate governance data.

Flix analysed emissions of several modes of transport and found over one million tonnes CO2 was avoided in 2023 due to travellers choosing Flix services over other modes of transport, such as car or plane.

By 2032, Flix has set the target to reduce its absolute Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions by 54.6%. This includes greenhouse gas emissions directly and indirectly generated by Flix, associated with the consumption of electricity, steam, heat or cooling, and with the fuel consumption of its own fleet. Additionally, Flix aims to reduce its Scope 3 emissions by 40.9%, which includes emissions generated by its partners’ fleets per passenger kilometre.

In Europe, 98% of Flix coaches have Euro VI engines.

In terms of Flix’s social performance, key figures include 44% female new hires in 2023 and a global company employee eNPS (Employer Net Promoter Score – an employee satisfaction and loyalty scoring system) of 37, which it says is ten points above the tech industry benchmark.

Regarding governance, in 2023, Flix significantly increased the number of women in its Supervisory Board, today representing 25% of its members.

As part of its decarbonisation strategy, Flix is committed to achieving carbon-neutral operations in Europe by 2040 and globally by 2050.

In 2023, Flix provided regular connections across more than 5,600 destinations on four continents, a third of which have fewer than 20,000 inhabitants.

“We are committed to transforming long-distance travel globally” – André Schwämmlein, CEO and Co-Founder of Flix

André Schwämmlein, CEO and Co-Founder of Flix, said: “We are committed to transforming long-distance travel globally. With 11 years of experience as a global travel-tech company reshaping the sector with a steady vision, we aim to be a driving force towards a sustainable future. Sustainability will remain the guiding principle along this path, with focus on safeguarding the environment and creating value for our stakeholders and the communities we serve.”


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