Jet, Jets, or The Jets may refer to:

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Jet - Other Uses
... jet black, a shade of the color black Jet of Iada, a Dickin Medal-winning dog. ...
Tron 2.0 - Plot
... The story is centered around Alan's son Jethro ("Jet") Bradley ... with his father who is kidnapped while on the phone with Jet, Jet is digitized by Ma3a, Alan's AI computer system, to aid her against Thorne, an executive from ... Jet is mistakenly identified as the source of the corruption and captured by Kernel, the systems security control program ...
FAI Rent-a-jet
... FAI rent-a-jet AG (Flight Ambulance International) is an airline based in Germany ... It operates executive jet charter and air ambulance services, as well as aircraft leasing and management services ... FAI operates five jet aircraft from its Nuremberg base for air ambulance and executive jet services ...
The Beachcombers - Filming Locations
... There were two jet boats used by the character Relic ... She did reappear for a episode called "Jet Boat Gemini" in 1974 ... Relic saved the day at the end in a duel of jet boats ...
Boeing Business Jet
... The Boeing Business Jet series are variants of Boeing airliners for the corporate jet market, initially the 737 series airliners ... The Boeing Business Jet is a 50/50 partnership between Boeing Commercial Airplanes and General Electric ...

Famous quotes containing the word jet:

    I cannot beat off
    Invincible modes of the sea, hearing:
    Be a man my son by God.
    He turned again
    To the purring jet yellowing the murder story,
    Deaf to the pathos circling in the air.
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)

    Gimme the Plaza, the jet and $150 million, too.
    Headline, New York Post (Feb. 13, 1990)

    But every jet of chaos which threatens to exterminate us is convertible by intellect into wholesome force. Fate is unpenetrated causes.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)