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Clay Lacy opens Dallas Fort Worth office
Forthwith to Fort Worth, said Broyhill, and no sooner said than done. Clay Lacy has launched operations in Dallas, Texas, providing aircraft management and customer support.
Retired USAF lieutenant colonel and fighter pilot Chris Broyhill sits on the NBAA Business Aviation Management Committee.
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US operator Clay Lacy Aviation has opened an office at Fort Worth Meacham International airport in Texas. Headed by senior vice president, Part 91 operations and Texas regional development, Chris Broyhill the new office will provide local aircraft management services and support for individual owners and corporate flight departments.

Clay Lacy Aviation currently manages 120 business jets in 26 cities across the US. With the addition of new aircraft in the region, the office will expand to offer worldwide jet charter services and the Clay Lacy Preferred membership programme.

“Dallas - Fort Worth is a popular destination for our clients, and this new office enables us to provide fast, comprehensive support to customers visiting the area, in addition to delivering our personalised, data-driven approach to aircraft management to the Texas market,” says chief operating officer David Lamb. “Having established the company as a full-service business aviation leader on the west coast and the eastern US, the Texas market represents an excellent opportunity for our aircraft management and jet charter services.”

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