Jet 24

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Jet 24
Jet24Logo.JPG
Jet 24 Logo
IATA ICAO Callsign
JCS TJ
Founded August 1979
Commenced operations December 1981
Ceased operations October 1985
Fleet size See Fleet details below
Destinations Miami, San Juan, Puerto Rico - Madrid, Paris and Zurich
Headquarters Miami, Florida, United States
A Jet 24 Boeing 707-300.

Jet 24 was a United States charter airline that operated from 1979 until its demise in 1986.

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The history of Jet 24 begins as Jet Charter Service in August 1979 and began services in December 1981. The first flights were freight only between Miami and Caracas using Boeing 707-329C. Two more 707s were later acquired and then in 1983 Jet 24 received permission to fly passenger charter flights; two Douglas DC-10-10 were acquired for charter flights to South America and Europe.

Scheduled services began in May 1985 with a route Miami - San Juan - Madrid, then Paris and Zurich were added later. But Jet 24's financial situation deteriorated rapidly and by August 1985 Jet 24 went into Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. By October 1985 there was not money to continue operations and Jet 24 ceased to exist.[1]

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  1. ^ Airlines Remembered by BI Hengi, Publisher Midland Publishing