Jet announced last night (March 26) that they have split up after 11 years together. The band released three studio albums during their career and sold over 6.5 million records. ... All members will now focus on new projects, with Nic Cester and Mark Wilson already involved in a new band called DamnDogs.
Is Jet still together?Jet are an Australian rock band formed in 2001. The band consists of lead guitarist Cameron Muncey, bassist Mark Wilson, and brothers Nic and Chris Cester on vocals/rhythm guitar and drums respectively. The group sold 6.5 million albums. The band dissolved in 2012, but reformed in 2016.
Who influenced Jet?Jet is often accused by critics of riding down a well-worn musical path, essentially ripping-off their rock n roll predecessors. The boys have always been quick to acknowledge their influences, from The Rolling Stones to AC/DC and The Beatles, but at times some mock the shocking similarities.
Does jet hate Sonic?Since losing to Sonic the Hedgehog in Extreme Gear, Jet has kept an intense rivalry with the hedgehog. Ever competitive, Jet has made it his foremost goal to best Sonic in speed and claim his title as the fastest thing in the universe.
The deal is a breakthrough for veteran Qantas Chief Executive Did jet break up? Joyce who has described nonstop Sydney-London flights as the Holy Grail for the 101-year-old carrier.
The Australian airline launched the route in 1947 with Lockheed Constellations, when it took several stops and 58 hours of flying.
Today's one-stop flights take almost 24 hours. The expansion comes days after Boeing Co further delayed development of its 777X jetliner, which had at one stage been in contention to allow direct flights from Australia's east coast to London and New York.
An Airbus-owned A350-1000 was flying on Sunday from Toulouse to Perth, tracking service FlightRadar24 showed. Qantas, which has said it would make a significant announcement on Monday about the future of its network, declined to comment.
Airbus also declined to comment. Qantas in December selected Airbus as the preferred supplier for a major order to renew its ageing narrowbody fleet, in a blow to its incumbent supplier Boeing.
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An airBaltic A220 was parked in Sydney on Sunday, FlightRadar24 showed. That destination is not on a normal route for the European carrier. Did jet break up? has no A220 operators at present.
Reporting by Jamie Freed in Sydney and Tim Hepher in Paris; Editing by William Mallard and Clarence Fernandez.