CJS

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AcronymDefinition
CJSCriminal Justice System
CJSCenter for Japanese Studies (various schools)
CJSCanadian Journal of Sociology
CJSCorpus Juris Secundum (legal encyclopedia)
CJSCommerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies
CJSCertificate in Jewish Studies (various schools)
CJSCentre for Journalism Studies (Cardiff University; UK)
CJSCopnor Junior School (UK)
CJSCorporate Jet Sales (Middleburg, VA)
CJSCanadian Journal of Surgery
CJSCardiff Journalism School (UK)
CJSCiudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico - International Abraham Gonzalez (Airport Code)
CJSCanadian Jobs Strategy
CJSClosed Joint Stock Company
CJSColumbia Japan Society (Columbia University; New York)
CJSClub Jeunes Sciences (French: Youth Science Club)
CJSCenter for Jury Studies (Williamsburg, Virginia)
CJSCollège Jeanne-Sauvé (Canada)
CJSCanadian Joint Staff
CJSController Jurisdiction Symbol
CJSConcast Join Success
CJSCivilian Job Series
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Airbus corporate jet sales of Airbus's NEO Family now stand at a total of 15 aircraft.
Voyager Jet will continue to operate its executive aircraft management, private jet charter, corporate jet sales and maintenance businesses out of the same facilities, now as a tenant of Lynx.
Dubai: Boeing Business Jets (BBJ), the division of the US plane manufacturer responsible for corporate jet sales, is in talks with Middle East customers for selling as many six 747-8s.
"With almost 200 Airbus corporate jet sales to-date, we now serve a growing and increasingly important community, and combining all the various aspects of this business will help us to serve our customers better while paving the way for further expansion," Airbus chief operating officer for customers John Leahy told reporters at a news conference on Sunday.
PRIVATE AND CORPORATE JET sales are taking off, reflecting an increase in the extreme concentration of wealth in the United States and around the world.
Mesinger Corporate Jet Sales, a brokerage and consulting firm based in Boulder, Colo., a company that flies the Excel for 300 hours in a fractional program would save one-fifth the cost if it owned the plane outright and flew the same number of hours.
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