The US, for example, is a prime example of an emerging market where Google has a major foothold in terms of aviation.
The US has been the US’s number one market for aviation since the 1960s and is the world’s second-largest aviation market, behind only China.
The company has also enjoyed success in Africa, where it operates more than 500 airliners, including more than 60 Boeing 737s, the largest fleet in the world.
The US has a rich aviation history dating back to the early days of aviation when US Airways, the country’s leading airline, pioneered the sport in the mid-1930s.
Its first flight took place in 1930 and its last in 1954.
Google has also played an important role in bringing aviation to the Middle-East.
In the past few years, it has also been working with Gulf carriers, including Etihad, Emirates and Qatar Airways.
Google is also working with Qatar Airways to build a new hub in the country, which will be the world ‘largest aviation hub for commercial aviation’.
Google has a huge global footprint, which includes a number of international sites and a global presence in many key markets, including the US.
It has been in the news a lot recently, including for its efforts to bring the Android mobile operating system to China, the Philippines, Vietnam and Indonesia.
The future of aviation, in the US and around the world, is looking very bright.
Al Jazeera’s Ben Bova, reporting from Washington, DC, said: Google has already established itself as a leading global aviation company, with revenues of more than $1 trillion and a market capitalisation of more that $8 trillion.
It is now the world leader in aviation and has the potential to expand to all regions of the world and beyond.
The latest news from Al Jazeera and the BBC