< PrevNext > 6. Apple Share 2015 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $290 millionConsolidated U.S. TMC: BCD TravelAfter Apple increased its employees and its long-haul business travel in its 2015 fiscal year, BTN estimates that its calendar-year 2015 U.S.-booked air volume increased to $290 million. Apple’s Scope 3 greenhouse gas emissions generated from business travel in the fiscal year that ended Sept. 26, 2015, increased to nearly 140,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent, up from 111,000 in its prior fiscal year. The company had about 110,000 full-time-equivalent employees in September 2015, up from 92,600 a year earlier. According to Bloomberg, Apple selected on-demand transportation provider Lyft as a preferred provider in 2016. Apple’s strategic meetings management program is in its sixth year of operation. The company works with Carlson Wagonlit Meetings & Events for meetings management services and continues to operate an Airlines Reporting Corp.-accredited Corporate Travel Department configuration, with BCD Travel providing service in the United States and some other countries. Apple is one of the largest companies to operate such a configuration. Its 2015 fiscal year revenue increased to $233.7 billion from $182.8 billion one year earlier. Net income increased to $53.4 billion from $39.5 billion.