Jet - Aerospace


  • Jet Airways, an airline based in India serving domestic and international routes
    • JetLite, a subsidiary of Jet Airways
  • JetBlue Airways, an airline based in New York
  • Jetel, a defunct Canadian airline
  • Jetstar Airways, an Australian airline servicing domestic and international routes
  • Windjet, an Italian airline, ICAO code "JET"
  • jet aircraft
  • jet engine
  • rocket engine

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