Living in Las Vegas one can’t help but notice the “JANET” flights arriving and departing McCarran Airport several times a day but did you know why they call them “JANET”? According to legend the “JANET” call sign stands for Just Another Non Existent Terminal
The current fleet consists of several Boeing 737-600′s (painted white with a red side stripe) as well as Beechcraft 1900 and 200 airplanes (painted white with a blue side stripe). They operate from McCarran and fly to several locations including “Area 51″.
Interestingly enough, there were never many Boeing 737-600′s produced (only 69) with Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) being the launch customer in 1995 receiving the first aircraft on September 18, 1998. The final B737-600 was delivered to WestJet in 2006.