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Clay Lacy adds long-range GV at Naples
Clay Lacy will be able to cater to a wide range of customer now that it has brought a Gulfstream GV onto its charter fleet, where it joins a Palm Beach-based Global 6000 and a Challenger 350 positioned in Miami.
Clay Lacy's Gulfstream GV will be based in Naples, Florida.
Read this story in our October 2019 printed issue.

Clay Lacy Aviation has expanded its south Florida jet charter fleet with a 12-passenger Gulfstream GV at Naples Municipal airport in Naples, Florida, where it says it will be the only based ultra-long-range business jet available for charter. With its recently refurbished interior, distinctive livery and high-speed domestic 4G wi-fi, this jet is well-suited for nonstop charter journeys throughout the western hemisphere and Europe.

Clay Lacy also charters a 13-passenger Bombardier Global 6000 from Palm Beach International airport and an eight-passenger Challenger 350 at Miami-Opa locka Executive airport.

On board the Gulfstream GV, everything in the spacious, quiet cabin is designed to enhance the inflight experience and maximise comfort and productivity. The three-zone cabin gives 12 passengers the space to work, enjoy movies and music, converse with friends or relax. The divans convert into comfortable beds for longer flights.

In addition to 4G wi-fi, the aircraft features four iPads, three interior monitors, Airshow moving map, audio streaming throughout the cabin and power outlets at every seat. The full galley features a chiller, conventional and microwave ovens, coffee and Nespresso makers. To ensure privacy, there is a separate crew lavatory and rest area.

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