Google’s co-founders park their Boeing 767 At NASA airfield

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Google's co-founders park their Boeing 767 At NASA airfield

One day after, Google’s philanthropic arm, issued a Request for Proposals seeking ideas for some of the $10 million it plans to invest in sustainable transportation solutions, Google’s co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page made headlines for the $1.3 million they’re paying annually to NASA to park their personal Boeing 767-200 jet next door to Google’s corporate headquarters at Moffett Field. This is about four to five times the going rate at two nearby airfields, San Francisco International Airport and San Jose International Airport, according to the New York Times. Moffett Field is also significantly closer to Google’s Mountain View, Calif. office.

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