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Apple buys 50 business class flights to Shanghai every day

[2019-01-14 12:35:27]

Apple shells out a total of $35 million every year to buy 50 business class airline seats from San Francisco to Shanghai. The numbers were shared by United Airlines, which revealed that Apple is the airline’s biggest customer at San Francisco International Airport. While Apple’s products are, famously, “designed by Apple in California,” the majority ...

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