AJETAustralasian Journal of Educational Technology (formerly Australian)
AJETAustralian Journal of Educational Technology (now Australasian)
AJETAfrica Journal of Evangelical Theology (Scott Theological College; Kenya)
AJETAssociation for Japan Exchange and Teaching
AJETAdvanced Joint English Telecommunication (Taiwan)
AJETAdvanced Joint English Teaching (Taiwan)
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Ajet replaced Helios Airways after a crash near Athens, Greece in August last year that killed all 121 passengers and crew.
Ajet offers direct flights to Larnaka and Paphos from a wide range of UK airports including Birmingham and Manchester with fares starting from pounds 145 pp (including taxes).
Hamilton: Potter, Renicks, Gaughan, Sweeny, Cunnington, Graham (Martin 65), Bonnar, Sherry, Callaghan (Nelson 83), Moore (Kwich Ajet 75), Armstrong.
The home team started the match at a cracking pace and the front two of David McFarlane and Wale Kwick Ajet caused the Cowden defence all sorts of problems.
However, the defence lawyer of Ajet Aviation -- formerly known as Helios -- Polys Polyviou, pointed out that the prosecution was requesting an exception to normal court proceedings.
The Cypriot airline Ajet (formerly Helios Airways), which was given a yellow card' during the October 2006 review (see Europolitics 3169), is no longer on the list.
Cyprus-based AJet, the successor company to Helios Airways, has said that it will terminate its flight operations.
Newly launched airline to Cyprus, Ajet, offers a high standard of service.
Adewale Ajet has done quite well alongside Davis but we have missed Graham Lancashire,' he added.
Moor Green's Martin Myers fends off Hednesford Town's Adewale Ajet.
HT: Merthyr Tydfil 2 Hednesford Town 0 Hednesford made two changes at the start of the second half, Adewale Ajet and Matt Gardiner replacing Ashley Williams and Leon Brown.
For one, the airline -- which subsequently changed its name to ajet -- exists on paper only, even though supposedly it is still represented by its board of directors.