Noel Philips is a British aviation and travel vlogger, and a private pilot.

Noel has been fascinated by all things aviation since a child. He obtained his pilots’ license at 19 and has been traveling and creating viral aviation related content since 2000. Today, Noel flies over 100,000 miles a year, flying everything from obscure airlines in the backwoods of Russia to first class on the world’s best airlines—all in the quest of experiencing how aviation transforms lives around the globe.

Caring About The Environment

I fly upwards of 70,000 miles per year to create my content. Flying for a living is not the greenest occupation, so I try to make sure I minimise my carbon footprint wherever possible.

  1. I do not own a car. When I’m not flying, I usually travel by cycle or train.
  2. I don’t commute to an office every day, sitting in traffic and burning fuel. Instead I’m home based and my studio is on premises.
  3. My home and studio is solar powered, meaning we pull as little energy as possible from the grid.
  4. My servers are hosted in a sustainable data centre in Germany, powered by hydro-electricity.
  5. I carbon offset any excess carbon generated.

It is everyone’s responsibility to look after our beautiful planet, and keep it going for the next generation.