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SE: The Google Guys Get Their Own $82M Airport

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June 4 (Bloomberg) — Bloomberg senior West Coast correspondent Jon Erlichman walks you through the future site of Google’s private airport, designed especially for Sergey Brin, Larry Page and Eric Schmidt. An $82 million project, it will house aircraft owned by the company on 29 acres of converted parking lots at the Mineta San Jose International Airport.
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