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Click here to view story online. Charter Operator AB Jets Soaring to New Heights By Amos Maki–Memphis Daily News David Turner began working for a local charter plane operation in 2000, but five years later Turner decided he needed a change of scenery and started flying for Memphis-based AB Jets. In 2010, after working his
AB Jets Celebrates 15 Years in Memphis Full Service Aircraft Charter Awarded ARG/US Platinum Certification (Memphis, TN) December 15, 2014 – AB Jets, a privately owned and operated charter, sales and management company is celebrating 15 years in the Memphis market, operating out of Memphis International Airport. Locally owned and operated, AB Jets is co-owned
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Nashville Post – Q&A: Andrew Bettis of AB Jets Q&A: Andrew Bettis of AB Jets Published November 10, 2014 by William Williams Andrew Bettis is founder of AB Jets, a charter flights company that recently announced it has established a permanent operations in Nashville. Of note, Bettis and co-owner David Turner are maintaining their operations
“AB Jets, a privately owned and operated charter, sales and management company, has officially put down roots in Music City after working in this market for the past 24 months. Started in 1999, AB Jets is expanding operations to greater serve the southeast region and offer more flight options and availability to clients. The company
“Aircraft charter and management company AB Jets has officially established a Nashville operation, taking permanent space at Signature Flight Support at the Nashville International Airport. The move follows the privately owned and operated company’s having loosely operated from the city for the past 24 months.” Click here to read the full article from the Nashville Post