Clay Lacy Aviation adds 15 business jets to fleet


Bombardier Learjet 23 owned by Clay Lacy

Company grows charter and managed fleet by 15 jets at six locations over the last few months.
Bombardier Learjet 23 owned by Clay Lacy

Bombardier Learjet 23 owned by Clay Lacy

ClayLacy, the Californian charter operator, says it has added 15 new business jets to its fleet in the last few moths.

The new aircraft are from a number of manufacturers, including Gulfstream, Bombardier, Embraer, Hawker and Falcon Jet. Clay Lacy operates a fleet of 75 business jets in all categories, with a diverse fleet they can operate short domestic and long haul international flights.

“As Clay Lacy Aviation celebrates its 45th year of providing aircraft charter and management services, our clients are showing renewed excitement about owning and flying business aircraft,” said Brian Kirkdoffer, president of Clay Lacy.

“We attribute this record growth to the level of trust we consistently earn from our clients, and to our reputation for delivering an unmatched level of safety, service and value,” added Kirkdoffer.

 A list of where new charter and managed aircraft are based:

Van Nuys – Challenger 605; Embraer Legacy 650; Falcon 2000; Gulfstream G550; GV; G450 and 2-GIVSPs; Hawker 900XP and 800.

Seattle – Hawker 900XP.

Santa Monica – Challenger 601-3A.

Oakland – Gulfstream IVSP.

Dallas – Gulfstream G200.

Carlsbad-San Diego – Bombardier Learjet 45XR.

If you would like to learn more about Clay Lacy, more information can be found on their website