Earlier this year, United Airlines accidentally revealed that Apple is its biggest customer in San Francisco, spending $150 million on airline tickets each year and purchasing an average of 50 business class seats on flights to Shanghai on a daily basis.
Think about this: an average of 50 business class seats on flights to Shanghai on a daily basis.Federally Compliant State Driver's Licenses: I remember all that angst about folks who lived in states whose state driver's licenses failed to comply with federally mandated criteria to be used for flying on commercial aircraft. States have picked up the pace. Only three states are not yet compliant, and they have all been given waivers: Oklahoma, Oregon, and New Jersey. The deadline is October 1, 2020, and it's unlikely the US will extend current waivers for the three states. Oregon, for example, says their "RealID" will be available beginning July 1, 2020.
Google: If you enter the United States on a visa waiver, your maximum stay will be 90 days. With a B-2 tourist visa, by contrast, you will normally be allowed to stay for up to six months. What's more, with a B-2 visa, you can apply to extend your stay even longer.
From social media:
UA operates two direct flights daily from SFO-PVG using the B777 aircraft. Each has 48 business class Polaris seats and roundtrip airfare is about $8K-$10K depending on the day and morning or evening flight.Out of 96 Polaris seats available, AAPL is filling up over half each day.If AAPL is buying 50 round-trip tickets every day or 18,250 round-trips every year, which contributes $150 million revenue annually to UA, then AAPL is paying about $8220 per ticket.
World Series, from a google search:
Houston can find some comfort in the history books too, as 10 of the 13 teams to come back from 0-2 in the postseason did so in the World Series. The New York Yankees were the last team to manage that, when they erased a two-game deficit to beat the Braves 4-2 in 1996 after losing their first two games at home.