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Apple buys 50 business-class seats every day on flights to Shanghai, according to a leaked 'confidential' United sign (AAPL, UAL)

Apple buys 50 business-class seats every day on flights to Shanghai, according to a leaked 'confidential' United sign (AAPL, UAL)




Apple buys 50 business class flights every day from San Francisco to Shanghai, China, spending over $150 million per year on United Airlines.




That's according to a photo of a "confidential" United sign posted to Twitter.




Apple needs to fly its employees to Asia in order to keep an eye on its electronics supply chain.



There are some frequent flyer miles stacking up in Cupertino.
The iPhone giant spends $150 million on a single airline per year, according to a photo of a United promotional sign posted to Twitter by LAflyer.
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Curious who are @United largest global corporate accounts? @Apple is in the top spot and contributes very much to success of SFO international flying especially the Shanghai service #UnitedAirlines #United #Apple #SFO #PVG #Shanghai #China pic.twitter.com/HNvIrz8wDg
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