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Clay Lacy approved for maintenance at Waterbury-Oxford
The 65,000 sq ft Clay Lacy facility at Waterbury-Oxford serves New York and the northeastern US, and is staffed by factory-trained technicians on Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna, Embraer and Hawker types.
The FAA has awarded Part 145 repair station certification to Clay Lacy's 65,000 sq ft facility at Waterbury-Oxford airport in Connecticut.

The FAA has granted Part 145 repair station certification to the Clay Lacy Aviation aircraft maintenance facility at Waterbury-Oxford airport in Oxford, Connecticut. Serving New York and the northeastern US, the 65,000 sq ft facility is staffed by factory-trained technicians on Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna, Embraer and Hawker airframes. This is the third Clay Lacy FAA Part 145 repair station, joining existing locations at Van Nuys airport in Los Angeles and McClellan-Palomar airport near San Diego.

“We are focused on continually enhancing our personalised jet support services for aircraft owners and flight departments,” says senior VP Chris Hand. “Clients can rely on a highly skilled and trusted local resource for AOG support, line maintenance, avionics troubleshooting and repairs, and interior updates and reconditioning.”

Founded in 1968 by aviator and industry pioneer Clay Lacy, Clay Lacy Aviation has aircraft operations and regional offices across the US, including a full-service FBO at Van Nuys airport in Los Angeles and aircraft maintenance centres in Los Angeles, San Diego and Oxford, Connecticut. The company is the authorised dealer for the Quest Kodiak 100 Series II in the Northeastern US.

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