September 13, 2007
It's always been a frustration for Silicon Valley tycoons: there really is
nowhere convenient to park the jet close to the office.
There's San Francisco airport, obviously, or the other international airport
over at San Jose. But who wants to get stuck in traffic and passport control
when there's business to be done or cocktails to be drunk on Caribbean
Now Larry Page and Sergey Brin, co-founders of Google Inc, appear to have
found an answer. For the knock-down price of $1.3 million a year and a few
free flights (strictly for scientific reasons), they have signed an
agreement to park their personal Boeing 767-200 at a Nasa airfield,
according to US media reports.
Full story at Timesonline
Is this N2767?
My wings are like a shield of steel.