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ESTABLISHED AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1994. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL, & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
WILLOW RUN AIRPORT
2068 EAST STREET
BELLEVILLE, MICHIGAN 48111-1278, USA
USA (United States of America) was established in 1776, it covers an area of 9,363,123 sq km, its population is 280 million, its capital city is Washington DC, and its official language is English.
JUNE 1996: ACTS AS AIR CHARTER MANAGER FOR FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
104 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 80 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).
MAIN BASE AT WILLOW RUN AIRPORT BELLEVILLE, MICHIGAN, WITH SATELLITES AT EL PASO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, MEMPHIS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, AND ALLIANCE AIRPORTS.
HAS OBJECTED TO USE OF SIMILAR "JET USA" NAME BY (JUS).
AUGUST 1996: 2 DC-9-15F'S (45828; 47153), EX-EMERY AIR FREIGHT (EAF).
MARCH 1997: 1 DC-9-15RC (JT8D-7B), EX-LAC AIRLINES (LAS) GROUP.
JUNE 1997: 320 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 80 FLIGHT CREW (FC)).
NOVEMBER 1997: APPLIES TO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (DOT) FOR INTERSTATE, CHARTER PASSENGER SERVICES.
AFFILIATED TO (ATI).
DECEMBER 1997: 1 DC-9-15F (47156), EX-MEXICARGO (MXO).
FEBRUARY 1998: TO BEGIN 727 CARGO SERVICE IN SPRING OF 1998.
OCTOBER 1998: 1997 = +$3.43 MILLION (-$5.5 MILLION).
APRIL 1999: 345 EMPLOYEES.
PARENT COMPANY IS ACTIVE AERO GROUP.
LEARJET 23 (047, N444WC) DELIVERY.
DECEMBER 1999: 1998 = +$10.3 MILLION (+$3.43 MILLION).
FEBRUARY 2000: 1 DC-9-32F (47690), EX-KUWAIT AIRFORCE (KUW).
APRIL 2000: 320 EMPLOYEES.
JULY 2000: 2 DC-9-30F'S (47414; 47220), EX-EVERGREEN INTERNATIONAL (EVR), BOUGHT FROM FIRST SECURITY BANK (FSB). 3RD DC-9-30F (47355) EX-(EVR), (FSB) LEASED.
AUGUST 2000: 1999 = +$19.28 MILLION (+$10.3 MILLION): 16.86 MILLION (FTK) FREIGHT TRAFFIC (+29.1%); 424 EMPLOYEES.
1 DC-9-51 (47676), EX-(TWA).
NOVEMBER 2000: 1 FALCON 20D (205, N815AA) SOLD TO TECHNICAL AIR SERVICES.
July 2002: 2001 = -$15.95 million (+$12.78 million): 10.50 million (FTK) freight traffic (-25%); 320 employees (-41.2%). 6 months = 2.45 million (FTK) (-59.38%).
August 2002: Applies to operate passenger charters for college sports teams.
September 2003: DC-9-15 (17-45718, N300ME) bought from Peregrine Aviation.
February 2004: DC-9-15 (45718, N191US) re-registered.
April 2004: 1st Quarter = 3.44 million (RPM) traffic; 65.2% LF load factor; 7,000 passengers (PAX).
July 2005: USA Jet Airlines (USB) is an all-cargo operator providing primarily ad hoc charters.
(ICAO) Code: JUS (Callsign - JET USA).
Parent organization/shareholders: Brian Hermelin; David Hermelin; & Martin Goldman.
August 2005: DC-9-31 (48114, N231US), ex-Aerocaribe/Click (AEB), bought from Jetran International.
September 2005: ACCDT: USA Jet Airlines (USB) Dassault Falcon 20D (203, N821AA), substantially damaged in take-off crash at Ohio.
February 2006: USA Jet Airlines (USB), a subsidiary of Active Aero Group, today announced the addition of a first-class configured DC-9-30 to its fleet of executive passenger airplanes. The airplane is configured with 74F first-class seats, each with individual entertainment capabilities and other amenities.
USA Jet Airlines (USB) has operated cargo airplanes since 1995 and primarily services the air charter operations of its sister company, Active Aero Charter. In 2003, USA Jet (USB) broadened its scope to include private passenger travel primarily for the executive and group travel clients. The airline is committed to providing the highest level of safety, security and personal service to its clients and prides itself in offering first-class amenities aboard Dassault Falcon 20 and McDonnell Douglas DC-9 passenger airplanes.
Active Aero Group LLC is a privately held company headquartered in Belleville, Michigan. Active Aero Group's subsidiaries include: USA Jet Airlines (USB), a Part 121 certificated cargo & passenger charter airline operating DC-9 and Falcon 20 airplanes; Active Aero Charter, an on-demand air cargo charter management provider; and Active Aero PTM, a premium transportation logistics management company.
USA Jet (USB) acquired a DC-9-30 configured with 74F first-class seats.
April 2007: USA Jet (USB) expects to hire +12 pilots (FC) in 2007.
December 2007: USA Jet (USB) is currently accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes and is interviewing DC-9 and Dassault Falcon 20 Second in Command (SIC)s Flight Crew (FC) positions, for a class in January.
January 2008: 2007 Performance Statistics: 23.81 million (RPK)s traffic (+17.9%); +60.03% (ASK)s; -16.4 load factor 45.8% LF; 8.18 million (FTK)s (-9.14%) freight traffic; 22,000 passengers. SEE ATTACHED - - "USB-2007-STATS."
March 2008: DC-9-34 (48124, N928L), bought from Aerospace Trading, ex-LAFSA (DIR).
May 2008: USA Jet (USB) is not currently accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes or interviewing.
July 2008: ACCDT: A USA Jet (USB) DC-9-15F crashed as it tried to land on approach to Saltillo, Mexico, killing the pilot (FC) and injuring the co-pilot (FC). The airplane was carrying 4 tons of car parts it had picked up in Hamilton, Canada, for a General Motors plant in Ramos Arizpe. The (USB) DC-9F was en route to Saltillo from Shreveport, where it had stopped following a flight from Hamilton. Flight Safety Foundation's Aviation Safety Network (ASN) reported that the airplane was "damaged beyond repair." The two pilots (FC) were the only occupants and the survivor reportedly suffered serious injuries. According to the (ASN), the flight was approaching an (SLW) runway, but crashed into an industrial area north of the airport for unknown reasons.
September 2008: USA Jet (USB) is not currently accepting Flight Crew (FC) resumes or interviewing. The carrier has discontinued DA-20 operations. (USB) has 28 pilots (FC) on furlough status.
November 2008: 1st 6 months = 14.52 million (RPK)s traffic (-1.31%); +3.65% (ASK)s; 39.9% LF (-2); 2.85 million (FTK)s freight traffic (-12.88%); 15,000 passengers (+7.14%).
Beechcraft King Air (LJ-429), sold to Aerospace Trading.
December 2009: 2 MD-83 (53021, N948AS; 53022, N949NS), bought from North Shore Aircraft, ex-Alaska Airlines (ASA), ex-(N949AS).
December 2010: USA Jet Airlines (USB) hired 7 pilots (FC) in November and plans to hire 12 pilots (FC) in the next three months. (USB) just launched its first MD-83 for passenger operations and is receiving its 2nd MD-80 this month.
February 2011: USA Jet Airlines (USB) hired 3 pilots (FC) in December and plans to hire 12 pilots (FC) in the next three months and estimates 12 to 15 for 2011. (USB) just launched its first MD-83 for passenger operations. (USB) plans to attend the http://www.FltOps.com job fair in Las Vegas on April 1st.
January 2012: USA Jet (USB) is not currently recruiting Flight Crew (FC) pilots. Applicants can send their resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also see FAPA.aero.
September 2013: FAPA . . . Future & Active Pilot Advisors.
See FAPA.aero: Pilot (FC) Career Conferences & Job Fairs
Note: The next Pilot Job Fair will be held in Chicago next month.
According to FAPA.aero, no pilots (FC) were hired by USA Jet Airlines (USB) in April - July. There is a possible need for 4 - 6 pilots (FC) by the end of this year due to attrition. (USB) added an MD-80 cargo airplane in July. 2 pilots (FC) are still on the recall list.
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1 DC-9-15 (JT8D-7B HK) (17-45718, /66 N191US), BF PEREGRINE AVIATION 2003-09. VIP. 50F.
1 DC-9-15 (JT8D-7B HK) (186-47017, /67 N195US), VIP. 50F.
6 DC-9-15F (JT8D-7B HK) (173-47016, /67 N194US; 185-47153, /67 N199US; 201-47154, /67 N197US; 203-47018, /67; 216-47155, /67 N196US; 228-47156, /67 N192US; 242-45828, /68 N193US), EX-(CAL). 47018 PARTED OUT. FREIGHTER.
1 DC-9-15F (JT8D-7B HK) (184-47045, /67 N198US), EX-(XTI). FREIGHTER.
1 DC-9-31 (JT8D-9A HK) (919-48114, /79 N231US), EX-(AEB), BF JETRAN INTNL 2005-08. 110Y.
2 DC-9-32F (JT8D-9 HK) (296-47220, /68 N208US), EX-(EVR)/(FSB) 2000-07, (452-47355, 2000-06, N207US). FREIGHTER.
1 DC-9-32 (JT8D-9A HK) (607-47480, /70 N215US). 16F, 84Y.
1 DC-9-32F (JT8D-15) (843-47690, /76 N205US), EX-(KUW) 2000-02. FREIGHTER.
1 DC-9-33F (JT8D-9 HK) (536-47414, /69, N327US), EX-(EVR) 2000-07. FREIGHTER.
1 DC-9-34 (JT8D-15 HK) (954-48124, /80 N928L), BF Aerospace Trading 2008-03. 8F, 90Y.
0 DC-9-51 (JT8D-17) (785-47676, N418EA), EX-(TWA) 2000-08, 47676 PARTED OUT.
2 MD-83 (JT8D-219) (53021, N948AS; 1809-53022, /90 N949NS), BF NORTH SHORE ACFT, EX-(ASA), EX-(N949AS). 12F, 128Y.
6 DASSAULT FALCON 20C (CF700-2D2) (36, /66 N818AA; 26, /66, N819AA; 55, /66 N830AA; 57, /66 N812AA; 67, /67 N826AA; 118, /67 N820AA), FREIGHTER.
5 DASSAULT FALCON 20D (CF700-2D2) (187, /68 N811AA; 195, /69 N822AA; 203, /69 N821AA; 228, /70 N823AA; 233, /70 N817AA), 205, N815AA, SOLD 2000-11. FREIGHTER.
2 DASSAULT FALCON 20E (CF700-2D2) (290, /73 N816AA; 298, /74 N827AA). FREIGHTER.
0 BOMBARDIER LEARJET 23 (047, N444WC). RTND.
1 BOMBARDIER LEARJET 25B (CJ610-6) (100, /73 N829AA), FREIGHTER.
0 BEECHCRAFT KING AIR B90 (PT6A-28) (LJ-429, /68 N984AA), ST AEROSPACE TRADING 2008-11. FREIGHTER.
DAVID HERMELIN, CHAIRMAN.
MARTIN GOLDMAN, PRESIDENT.
ROBERT PHELPS, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
BRIAN HERMELIN, CHIEF OPERATIONS OFFICER (COO).
TOM WEBER, MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR.
MICHAEL REARDON, QUALITY CONTROL (QC) DIRECTOR.
AUBREY SCROGGINS, CHIEF INSPECTOR.