Answer to Question #101602 in GIS | Cartography | Geomatics for Barney McCullagh

Question #101602
I often hear that one degree of longitude translates into 4 minutes of time. However in the real world is it the case that travelling from Rome to say Martinsicuro in Italy (a difference of about 1.417 degrees of longitude and a more northerly latitude) you lose the same time as you would by travelling to Scanno (similar difference in longitude viz-a-viz Rome but same latitude) or Sessa Aurunca (again similar difference in longitude viz-a-viz Rome but a more southerly latitude)? And what would the time loss be in each of the above cases viz-a-viz Rome?
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2020-01-24T06:09:14-0500
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