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Tracking The Google Party Plane Around The World

06/14/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Keeping tabs on Google (GOOG) founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin got a lot easier when they bought an old Qantas 767 for about $15 million and converted it into their private party plane.

That's because, thanks to an army of hobbyist airplane photographers, anyone with a Web browser can find out that the Google jet was parked in Zurich, Switzerland, both this January and last -- when the World Economic Forum was going on in nearby Davos. And in San Juan, Puerto Rico, last December -- when Larry Page was getting married on Richard Branson's Carribean island.

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