The company began doing air tours in 1992 and evolved into a management and charter business by the time Drohan sold it during difficult economic times to JetDirect in 2007.
What does JD stand for?
JD stands for JetDirect (Hewlett-Packard family of internal print servers)
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We have 33 other meanings of JD in our Acronym Attic
- Jacques Demolay (International Order of DeMolay)
- James Darren (actor/singer)
- James David (as in J.D. Power and Associates; founded by James David Power)
- James Dean
- Jammie Dodger (biscuit brand)
- Janata Dal (Indian political party)
- Japan Air (IATA airline code)
- Jeff Davis (guitarist)
- Jefferson Davis (Boss Hogg; Dukes of Hazzard TV show)
- Jermaine Dupri (rap artist)
Samples in periodicals archive:
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD JetDirect Aviation Holdings LLC, a provider of private aviation services across the US, has reported that it has established Sunset Aviation Inc as its light jet and turboprop management and charter operating subsidiary.
Simple Service Discovery Protocol is to be used with HP's own JetDirect print server work as a base point.
Not content with the outdoor grills, dishwashers, dual-fuel cooktops, gas ranges, glass gas cooktops and commercial-style hoods introduced in Dallas, the manufacturer has another large helping of selections on its menu for the Kitchen/Bath Industry Show beginning Friday: A Star burner system will replace the circular jets on Professional-series gas ranges and cooktops; Sens-a-Touch controls will be used on glass cooktops and C-series wall ovens; The ovens will feature JetDirect jet-impingement cooking in three modes.
com Hewlett-Packard Co (HP) has entered the home network printing market with the launch of the HP JetDirect 70X, its print server that is designed to allow home and small business users to share printers, including HP's OfficeJet all-on-one devices, using existing telephone wiring.