Google is reportedly spending around $82 million to build one of the world’s largest, single-client, corporate air facilities for its executives. The groundbreaking for the 29-acre facility is expected to happen next month.
Google executives love to fly, and they fly a lot. A recent NASA report by the space agency’s inspector general found chartered jets shuttling GOOG higher-ups received discounted fuel from the federal government that they weren’t entitled to; there’s now talk of Google paying some of that money back. But Google may get to experience every Fortune 500 company’s wildest travel dream next month: A $82 million jet center dedicated to executives’ private planes.
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