Clay Lacy Aviation and Key Air merge
Clay Lacy Aviation has merged with Key Air, an aircraft management and charter company. Key Air is headquartered in Oxford, Connecticut.
The company moves forward as Clay Lacy Aviation, representing more than 75 aircraft in fifteen US locations, with two world-class FBOs and four maintenance centres.
“Our clients asked us for a larger presence in New York, and this is the first of several strategic steps to expand our East Coast services.”
Brian Kirkdoffer, president and CEO of Clay Lacy Aviation said: “Our clients asked us for a larger presence in New York, and this is the first of several strategic steps to expand our East Coast services. We now have a great team of aviation experts on both coasts, focused on providing the highest levels of safety, service and value in the business aviation industry.”
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Chris Hand, vice president of Operations, Key Air added: “Joining the Clay Lacy family brings immediate benefits to our clients and employees. We offer 78 years of combined experience and a very compelling service value to jet aircraft owners in the New York area and along the East Coast.”