Tesla, the California based electrical lorry business, invested $700,000 on personal jet travel for its CEO Elon Musk in 2015, according to files gotten by the Washington Post.

Musk’s jet, a $70 million Gulfstream G650 ER, logged around 150,000 miles flying all over the United States, Europe, and Asia. The Post reported that a few of the jet’s flights were simply to get it from one side of Los Angeles– where Musk resides in a 5 estate substance– to the other.

From the story:

Musk’s jet flew approximately 75 times in 2015 to the San Jose airport, the closest stop to Tesla’s head office in Palo Alto and car-making factory in Fremont, where Musk typically stated he was so hectic he would wind up sleeping amongst the makers. Lots of other flights were made to airports near SpaceX’s head office in Hawthorne, Calif., and the battery-producing Gigafactory outside Reno, Nev.

Tesla stated Musk never ever utilized the airplane to fly in between various areas in Los Angeles. However the jet would fly to fulfill him at a more detailed airport if, state, he started his workday at SpaceX’s workplace on the south side of L.A. and the airplane was on the north side, the business stated. A few of these rearranging flights just set about 20 miles, the airplane information reveal.

Tesla, understood in the financial investment world for its prodigious money burning, has just made a profit 3 times in its history, and never ever on a yearly basis.

In June, the business laid off 9% of its labor force, and previously this month it laid off another 7%. In a letter to workers revealing the most current layoffs Musk stated there wasn’t “any other method.”

Check out the complete story of Musk’s flight at the Washington Post >>

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