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Google Ready to Build Mineta San Jose International Airport

Google Ready to Build Mineta San Jose International Airport

by Naveed A LodhiJanuary 19, 2014

We were already finding news on the internet regarding Google to build its own airport. Rumors are, the three important persons working in Google – Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt finally announced to build a private terminal at the international airport Mineta San Jose International Airport. 29 acres of land already been allocated for this construction purpose. The project is estimated at $82 million USD.

Also there are rumors that the leaders of the search engine giant will spend their own money, and not the money of Google.

Construction of the airport is said to begin in February of this year and be completed by the end of 2015. Its also rumored that Larry Page, Sergey Brin and Eric Schmidt were already planning to build their own terminal at the international airport in San Jose, appeared last year.

At the facility will also be built hangar for aircraft, which can accommodate up to seven Boeing 737 airliners. It is planned that five of the seven seats will be reserved for Google, and the other two will be able to use other people who can afford it. The project will be managed by famous architectural firm Gensler.

After the construction of the terminal leaders Google, it will become the largest private air infrastructure object in the world. Budget for San Jose city will receive about $ 3.5 million a year in rent and tax revenue.

Currently Google fleet is based on the Federal Airfield Moffett. However, the lease agreement expires next year, and after long and difficult negotiations, it was decided not to renew it.

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