Google founders lose deal to buy cheap government fuel for their private jets

Google founders lose deal to buy cheap government fuel for their private jets

Since 2007, Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin have been gassing up their private jets at deep discounts thanks to the federal government. But according to The Wall Street Journal , the jet-fuel breaks are now over. Thanks to an agreement between NASA and an LLC, called H211 — owned by Page, Brin, and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt — the executives were allowed to fuel up at an airfield located within the Ames Research Center. Ames is located about three miles away from Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California

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Google founders lose deal to buy cheap government fuel for their private jets

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