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Apple pays United so much for corporate travel it may help upgrade its SFO terminal

[2019-10-25 14:31:47]

Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Apple is in early discussions with United Airlines about helping upgrade the company’s San Francisco International Airport terminal, according to a report from Bloomberg. The reason: Apple pays United about $150 million a year for corporate travel, making it the airline’s top enterprise customer, and United’s terminal is apparently in need of some sprucing up if it’s to remain Apple’s official corporate airline. Among Apple’s highest expenditures as part of its United contract include 50 business class seats from San Francisco to Shanghai daily, a figure United printed on a sign and mistakenly placed in public viewing at SFO early this year. Apple buys 50 United business class flights from San Francisco to Shanghai daily Those seats...

Apple pays United so much for corporate travel it may help upgrade its SFO terminal


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