Clay Lacy Aviation has joined the Air Elite Network, the announcement made during the NBAA in Las Vegas.
Clay Lacy Aviation has two FBO location, one in Seattle and one in Van Nuys. The Air Elite Network is owned by World Fuel Services and is growing the membership to a total of 51 Diamond Service FBOs worldwide. Both locations will be Ascent branded locations within the network.
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Clay Lacy Aviation was founded in 1968 and was the first private jet management and charter company west of the Mississippi. In 1981, Clay Lacy Aviation opened the first all-jet FBO at Los Angeles’ Van Nuys Airport followed by a second FBO in 2008 at Seattle’s Boeing Field.
“We are excited to join Air Elite’s worldwide network of uniquely exceptional FBOs.”
Brian Kirkdoffer, president & CEO of Clay Lacy Aviation said: “We are excited to join Air Elite’s worldwide network of uniquely exceptional FBOs. The company’s global resources and expert team of professionals provide us the best tools and resources to continually enhance the FBO experience for passengers and their crewmembers.”
“For decades, Clay Lacy Aviation has set the standard for what a full-service FBO should be.”
John Rau, executive vice president of Aviation at World Fuel Services added: “For decades, Clay Lacy Aviation has set the standard for what a full-service FBO should be. The company’s collection of awards and accolades is a testament to Clay Lacy’s commitment to providing ‘customer-centric’ service, while striving to be the best at the many services they offer to the flying public. Air Elite and World Fuel Services welcome Clay Lacy Aviation with great enthusiasm.”