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Jet, Jets, or The Jets may refer to:
- Jet engine
- Jet aircraft, an aircraft propelled by jet engines
- Jet Airways, based in India, ICAO code "JAI"
- Wind Jet, Italian airline, ICAO code "JET"
- Journey to Enceladus and Titan (JET), a proposed astrobiology orbiter to Saturn
- Jetpack, a backpack personal flying device containing a jet motor
- Jet (comics), comic book character from New Guardians
- Jet (Wildstorm), comic book character
- The Jets, a gang in the 1957 Broadway musical West Side Story
- Jet Alone, character from the Neon Genesis Evangelion anime series
- Jet Black, character from the anime Cowboy Bebop, see List of Cowboy Bebop characters
- Jet Fusion, a cartoon character from The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
- Jet Jackson, from 50s TV show Jet Jackson, Flying Commando
- Jett Jackson, from 1999-2001 TV show The Famous Jett Jackson
- Jet Jaguar, character from the 1973 film Godzilla vs. Megalon
- Jet Link, who is Cyborg 002, a character from Cyborg 009
- Jet the Hawk, a video game character from Sonic Riders
- Jet, an alternate name for Ground Control, a 1998 American thriller
Journals and magazines
- JET, abbreviated title for the Journal of Economic Theory, an academic journal in the field of economics
- Jet (magazine), an African-American themed magazine
- JETS, abbreviated title for the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, a refereed theological journal
- Journal of Evolution and Technology, a contemporary journal which foresight into long-term developments in science, technology and philosophy
Mathematics and science
- Astrophysical jet, in astrophysics, a stream of matter emitted along the axis of a rotating astronomical body
- Jet (fluid), a coherent stream of fluid that is projected into a surrounding medium, usually from some kind of a nozzle or aperture
- Jet (lignite), a type of coal used in some jewelry (origin of the adjective "jet-black")
- Jet (mathematics), an operation on a differentiable function
- Jet (particle physics), a narrow cone of hadrons and other particles produced by the hadronization of a quark or gluon
- Jet stream, in meteorology, commonly referred to as "jet"
- Joint European Torus, an experimental nuclear fusion machine
- Junctional ectopic tachycardia, a rare cardiac arrhythmia that sometimes occurs after surgery in infants.
- Jet (band), an Australian rock band with the Cester brothers, active from 2001 to 2012
- Jet (UK band), a one-album British glam rock band from London, active 1974–1976, and afterward re-formed as Radio Stars
- The Jets (Trinidadian band) Lynn Taitt
- The Jets (Dutch band)
- The Jets (Minnesota band), an American pop, R&B, dance, and religious-music band
- The Jets (British band), Rockabilly band, who had a hit single in February 1982 with "Love Makes The World Go Round"
- The Jets (Illinois band), an American 1970s rock band from Pekin, Illinois
- J.E.T., an Italian-progressive-rock band related to Matia Bazar
- JETS, an electronic music duo consisting of Jimmy Edgar and Travis Stewart
- Jet Records, a record label
- Jet, Oklahoma, United States of America
Products and business
- jet, a tube, nozzle, or passageway in a carburetor
- Jet.com, a membership-only e-commerce site
- JET, an acronym for Java Emitter Templates
- JET, an acronym for Joint Engine Technology
- Jet (brand), a filling-station brand name
- Jet (video game), a 1985 fighter-jet simulation game
- JET TV, abbreviated name for Japan Entertainment Television
- Matra Djet (Matra Sports Jet), a French sports car
- Microsoft Jet Database Engine
- Samsung Jet, a mobile-phone handset
- Delhi Jets, a cricket team from Indian Cricket League
- Ipswich Jets, Australian rugby league team
- New York Jets, an American football team
- Newcastle United Jets, Australian association football club
- Newtown Jets, Australian rugby league team
- Winnipeg Jets, a professional ice hockey team
- Winnipeg Jets (1972–1996), a former professional ice hockey team
- Jet (name), given name, generally feminine in Dutch, masculine in English
- Benny Urquidez (born 1952), kickboxer, choreographer and actor known as "The Jet"
- Jason Eugene Terry, professional basketball player for the Boston Celtics, nicknamed "JET"
- Jay Emmanuel-Thomas (born 1990), English association football player for Ipswich Town F.C., nicknamed "JET"
- Jet (Diane Youdale, born 1970), one of the stars of Gladiators
- Jet, also known as Monica Carlson, Women's Champion of the first season of American Gladiators
- JETS, the Junior Engineering Technical Society, a national non-profit educational organization to promote engineering and technology careers to youth
- JETS, the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, a theological journal
- JETS, abbreviation for the Jewish Educational Trade School, a technical college and high school for young Jewish men
- Jet of Iada (1942–1949), Dickin Medal-winning dog
- Jet Li (born 1963), Chinese martial artist, actor, Wushu champion, and international film star
- JET Programme, the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (teaching English)
- Jet, type of nozzle, used on gas cookers and many other applications
- Jet (lignite), a black or brown semi-precious mineral
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