A Learjet 70 has joined the Clay Lacy fleet.

A Learjet 70 has joined the Clay Lacy fleet.

Clay Lacy will base a Citation Sovereign at Waterbury-Oxford airport.

Clay Lacy will base a Citation Sovereign at Waterbury-Oxford airport.

April 15, 2019

Jets with long legs join the Clay Lacy ranks
A Learjet 70 and a Citation Sovereign have been added to Clay Lacy's fleet. The LR70 has a range of 2,000nm and a flat floor, while the 3,200nm Sovereign can reach the Caribbean and has a sizeable baggage hold.

Clay Lacy Aviation has expanded its charter fleet in Oregon and Connecticut with a six-passenger Learjet 70 and a nine-passenger Citation Sovereign with high speed streaming wi-fi. The LR70 is well-suited for trips throughout the continental US, Canada and Mexico and has a range of more than 2,000 nm, providing non-stop flights from Portland to Anchorage, Detroit, Louisville, Atlanta and Cabo San Lucas.

The Learjet features a flat floor, six leather executive club seats that recline and swivel, Airshow moving map and plug-and-play entertainment. The cabin also features a refreshment centre and an enclosed lavatory with full vanity.

Based at Waterbury-Oxford airport, the Sovereign can reach the US, Canada, Central America and the Caribbean. It has a non-stop range of 3,200 nm, offering fast takeoffs and smooth landings at challenging airports such as Aspen, Hilton Head and Ocean Reef.

Its spacious cabin features a double-club configuration with eight leather executive seats. Passengers can stream internet content via high speed wi-fi and there is ample room onboard for personal belongings. A temperature-controlled baggage compartment holds up to a thousand pounds of luggage.

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