< PrevNext > 29. Dell Technologies Round Rock, Texas Share 2016 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $133 millionConsolidated Global TMC: Amex GBTInformation technology firm Dell Technologies formed after Dell Inc. purchased EMC Corp. in September 2016 for $67 billion. BTN's U.S.-booked air volume estimate comprises all calendar year 2016 activity for Dell and EMC. Both companies had used American Express Global Business Travel for global travel management services.Dell Technologies' fiscal year 2017 ended Feb. 3, 2017. During those 12 months, the company reported, Dell Inc. and EMC air travel generated about 161,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent. That figure is down from 165,100 metric tons in the previous fiscal year. The older number included rail emissions. The companies reported 167,500 metric tons of air- and rail-related emissions for fiscal year 2015.Dell Technologies' fiscal year 2017 revenue increased 21 percent to $61.6 billion. Its operating loss during the same period increased from $514 million to nearly $3.3 billion. The combined company employed about 138,000 at the end of its fiscal year 2017.In recent years, Dell Inc. had deployed rate-shopping tools for hotel and air and altered its travel policy to globalize daily meal limits and changed the dollar value for which it required receipts for expense requirement.About $2.2 million of Dell Technologies' fiscal year 2017 travel spend was dedicated to CEO Michael Dell's private air travel. Dell Technologies' policy requires him to fly privately. Dell himself owns the jet, and Dell Technologies reimburses him for business travel but not personal flights.