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Google is expanding its flights to the Golden State after President Barack Obama authorized the company to expand its network of flights to cover more areas of the state.
In October, Google released its first data showing its flights across California would reach a total of 20 million passengers in 2017.
In an announcement published Tuesday, the company said the expansion of its flights will be rolled out gradually over the next few years, with most flights starting in 2021.
The company said it would also expand its service to a few other areas in California: Los Angeles, Orange County, Ventura, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Francisco, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, and Santa Clara counties.
It is the first time the company has announced this expansion.
The expansion will begin at the end of 2019 and will extend to California cities that are served by Google’s flights, Google said.
The expansion will also help increase travel choices in the state, the news release said.
While Google doesn’t provide detailed data on the travel choices it plans to make available to California travelers, the release said Google is planning to expand the Google Fiber network in cities that already have Google Fiber.
The company has already said that it will add another 100,000 Google Fiber subscribers to the market by 2020.
Google said it will also increase its service in other areas of California.
Google has been working with other companies on expanding its service and expanding its footprint in California, and the announcement from Google was part of a larger effort to expand Google Fiber in other cities across the United States.
Google Fiber, which allows users to access its own broadband network through their home computers, has been growing rapidly since it began expanding to a small number of residential and business customers in cities across North America in the early 2020s.
The service was originally offered to people in New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
In California, Google Fiber has expanded to nearly 1 million residential customers since Google first began offering the service in 2016.