Clay Lacy adds LearJet 75 to charter fleet


Charter specialist Clay Lacy has added a Bombardier LearJet 75 to its fleet of charter aircraft.

The 2014-build LearJet 75 (msn 484 / N342SP), will be based at Van Nuys Airport, Los Angeles.

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“It has been half a century since Clay Lacy Aviation introduced the original Learjet to corporate aviation,” said Brian Kirkdoffer, president and CEO of Clay Lacy Aviation. “Today, we are excited to carry the Learjet brand and legacy into a new era.”

The eight seat LearJet 75 can fly 2,040-mile nautical range, which makes the aircraft ideal for hops between Los Angeles and Chicago or Nashville and Dallas.

“We engineered the Learjet 75 to provide passengers outstanding reach, exceptional versatility, revolutionary technology and superior speed,” said Peter Likoray, vice president, sales, North America, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “We are pleased that Clay Lacy Aviation, a company with a legendary reputation for safety, service and value, is helping Bombardier shape the future of business aviation.”

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