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Clay Lacy welcomes rangey and pacey Falcon duo
Clay Lacy will serve both US coasts with its latest acquisitions: a 5,590 nm Falcon 7X will be based in New York, while a 4,500 nm Falcon 900EX EASy will reside in Los Angeles. Both have been recently refurbished.
The newest addition to the Clay Lacy fleet is a Falcon 7X.

Los Angeles-based Clay Lacy Aviation has expanded its charter fleet with a 12-passenger Dassault Falcon 7X and a 12-passenger Falcon 900EX EASy.

Positioned in the New York area, the 7X was refurbished earlier this year and has a range of up to 5,590 nm. Featuring 28 windows, the cabin has been reimagined to maximise comfort, productivity and privacy. Global streaming wi-fi enables seamless video conferences, movies and music worldwide. The flight experience is enhanced by a user-friendly CMS, international satellite telephone and bluetooth audio connections. The aft cabin double divan can be partitioned, creating a bedroom. There are separate full lavatories for crew and passengers, a full galley and direct inflight access to the luggage compartment.

With a range of up to 4,500 nm, the 900EX can connect cities across North and South America, the Caribbean or Hawaii, and can access challenging airports such as Aspen and Toluca, Mexico. The jet has a fresh paint scheme and high-speed wi-fi. Its upgraded cabin features a 3M manufactured thermal-acoustic insulation system that reduces sound pressure levels in the passenger cabin by 50 per cent, and is paired with noise-cancelling privacy curtains between cabin sections. There is also a full galley onboard and separate enclosed lavatories for passengers and crew.

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