Make That Google Jets: Google Founders Add A Boeing 757 To Their Fleet

Google Founders Pick Up Another Big Plane from the New York Times confirms last week’s Valleywag report that Google’s cofounders have added a Boeing 757 to their current air fleet.

Yes, the Google founders already have a Boeing 767 and a helicopter, so they decided it was time for another huge aircraft.

NASA Ames Research Center released the agreement (PDF) with a company controlled by Google cofounders Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Google CEO Eric Schmidt. On page 37, the agreement lists aircraft that are allowed to land: a Boeing 767 (the existing Google Jet known about), two Gulfstream V executive jets, and a Boeing 757:

The B757 is not expected to operate from MFA before November 2007

Hmmm, so maybe there is something to Gary Price’s April Fool’s joke from 2005 about GoogleJet as an airline? ;-)

For more about the original Google Jet, see our Your Guide to the Google Jet post from last month.

Related Topics: Channel: Consumer | Google: Jet


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