Silicon Valley to Get Google Terminal

Silicon Valley to Get Google Terminal

San Jose International Airport in San Francisco is set to become the new home for Google jets as an $82 million facility is planned for the company. The terminal is intended to support Google executives and executives from other ‘high flying’ firms and construction is expected to begin later this year.

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Google planeThe private development, though not exclusively for Google, has been nicknamed ‘Google Airport’ – a name that will most likely stick though technically false. The terminal will be built by US-based Signature Flight Support and will span 29 acres; featuring 7 hangars (5 of which are reserved exclusively for Google’s Boeing 737 and Boeing 767 aircraft) which will be capable of housing 5 or 6 jets at any one time. The terminal is located just 12 miles from Google’s main facility in Mountain View. Google have joined the likes of computer company Hewlett Packard who have had a private terminal at the airport for over thirty years – though demand from companies wanting their own private terminal is on the increase. The contract is still being finalised but includes a 50 year lease with an annual rent of $2.6 million and guarantees regarding fuel purchases and hiring of local workers. The terminal is expected to be completed by the middle of 2015, and we can only imagine what type of state of the art facilities it will feature.

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