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Real Identity: Not Applicable
Appearances: Colors of Raven, Lazy Sunday, Missing, The Mask, Hose Water, Operation Tin Man, The Return of Slade, More of the Same, A Farce, The True Meaning of Christmas, The Teen Titans Go Easter Holiday Classic, Operation Dude Rescue: Part One, The Avogodo, Jinxed, Classic Titans, Ones and Zeroes, Girls Night In Pt. 2, Collect Them All!, and Bat Scouts
Powers/Skills: Transportation
Voiced By: Not Applicable

The T-Jet is a modified airplane used by the Teen Titans. After Dr. Light wrecked the Jump City Museum and stole the Mysterious Prism, the Titans performed a jump from the T-Jet and tried to stop Light. They used the T-Jet to take back their donated couch from the Community Center of Jump City. Unable to find his mask, Robin left a battle against Punk Rocket on the T-Jet. He crashed the jet into the upper section of the Titans Tower and ran for his emergency stash in the bathroom. Robin, Raven, and Beast Boy tailed the Stork with the T-Jet and crashed it into the land where babies come from. The Titans used the T-Jet to fly to the H.I.V.E. Tower and rescue Cyborg who wasn't in any trouble and just hanging out with Jinx. After being rebuffed twice, Robin fired the T-Jet's blasters and cannons at the tower like a maniac. The Titans dressed up as clowns, squeezed into a tiny clown car, drove into a missile and was dropped into Alfred's Toy Cave from the T-Jet. Over the years, the Titans continued to crash the jet and found themselves stranded in a desert, tundra and on the ocean.

When the Easter Bunny went missing, the Titans set off to find him but realized they had no idea where he lived. They returned to the city and interrogated known holiday associates. Running into a dead-end, they took the jet to Santa's Village in the North Pole and asked him. Robin later realized he was the culprit and flew the Titans back. Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy flew the T-Jet to the city and dropped into the Brain's Fortress but were quickly caught. The Titans, sans Robin, took the T-Jet to the Jump City Warehouse after a break-in was detected. Despite the very short distance, the Titans took the T-Jet from Titans Tower to H.I.V.E. Tower in search of Robin's voice. After Control Freak trapped the Titans in the very first Teen Titans cartoon, they took the T-Jet to a mysterious island in unchartered waters in pursuit of robot dinosaurs.

The Titans flew the T-Jet into the Pizza Robot's back door and were pursued by four drones. Starfire and Raven manned the T-Jet's gunners on the top and bottom of the jet and took out the robots. They overrode the mainframe via the central terminal with a missile marked "2". Since the robot was based in binary code, it suffered a system failure and blew up. Cyborg flew the T-Jet just fast enough to make it look like they wouldn't make it out in time for dramatic effect. After Robin, Beast Boy, and Cyborg realized the girls-night-out crew sneaked out the tower, they flew off in the T-Jet and found them in the city. They claimed they were busted then realized Blackfire was behind them. They were all imprisoned. After Toy Master's curse turned Cyborg, Raven, Beast Boy, and Starfire into collectible figures, Robin was forced to search the city for them. He took the T-Jet to a yard sale and found Cybog, to Gleek! Comics where Starfire was, over a boy's house where Beast Boy was, and lastly in a public park where he battled Toy Master for Raven.

The Titans took the T-Jet to Gotham City to help Robin earn his last Bat Scouts badge and attain the rank of Caped Crusader. They crashed through the Welcome to Gotham City billboard.