Google To Owe 29-Acre $82 Million Facility At San Jose International Airport For Its Jets

Posted on Feb 11 2013 - 12:16pm by Editorial Staff

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What it would look like when a search giant going to hold its own $82 million facility at the Mineta San Jose International Airport in California. Well, yes the story is true, the company soon to be having a new 29-acre facility which will store and service Google’s private jets. The airport in a statement (via The Verge) recommended the Signature Flight Support which will be granted a 50-year lease on land on the west side of the airport with then in turn build the new facility in a partnership with Blue City Holdings, San Jose LLC.

Silent Features of the project:

  • an executive terminal
  • hangars
  • ramp space accommodating large business jets (such as the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ737) and Boeing B767
  • aircraft servicing facilities
  • $2.6 million in annual rent to the Airport
  • A minimum annual guarantee of $400,000 in annual fuel flowage fee revenues to the Airport
  • A minimum annual tax generation guarantee of $70,000 (first year) to $300,000 (year 5 and beyond)
  • 150 to 200 on-Airport and regional construction jobs
  • 36 permanent on-Airport jobs
  • 370 direct and indirect jobs generated
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