America's secret airline the government doesn't want you to know about
Janet: Nobody really knows why the airline is called Janet.
Strange markings: The planes are not marked by the typical logo seen on commercial airlines.
The fleet: Janet's fleet contains just 11 aircrafts—six Boeing 737-600s, two Beechcraft 1900s, and three Beechcraft 200Cs.
First flights: The first flights on Janet Airlines took place in 1972.
Who owns the airline: The fleet belongs to the US Air Force and the planes are operated by the defense contractor, AECOM.
Home sweet home: The airline operates out of McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.
Private terminal: The airline operates out of a private and restricted terminal that is known as the Gold Coast Terminal.
Daily operations: Popular Mechanics publication reports that the terminal's parking lot fills up with hundreds of cars every day.
Who runs the terminal: AECOM operates the aircraft, but it is unknown as to who owns and runs the terminal.
Flight attendants: Flight attendants are required to hold top-secret security clearance to work for the airline.