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Handful of smart jets join Clay Lacy
Clay Lacy has added five jets to its fleet, all of which offer satellite phones and meet the CleanCheck Standard. A GV has landed in Boston, and in LA a Global 6000, a GIV-SP, a Falcon 2000 and a CL350 have arrived.
A GV has joined the Boston fleet.

Clay Lacy Aviation has added five Wi-Fi-equipped jets to its fleet of managed aircraft that are available for charter in Los Angeles and Boston. Joining the jet charter fleet in Boston is a 14-passenger Gulfstream GV, and in Los Angeles a Global 6000, Gulfstream GIV-SP, Challenger 350 and a Falcon 2000 haven been added. All five jets offer domestic and international satellite phones, and every flight is enhanced by the added protection of Clay Lacy's CleanCheck Standard to assure a healthy and safe environment for passengers and crew.

With a non-stop range of 6,000 nm, the Global 6000 enables high-speed, comfortable jet charter journeys anywhere in the world. Seating 16 passengers and sleeping seven, the spacious, quiet cabin blends traditional luxury with advanced technologies. Fine leather, rich fabrics and burl wood cabinetry are complemented by domestic and international streaming Wi-Fi, Gogo Vision in-flight entertainment and six passenger iPads. The large galley includes conventional and microwave ovens, ice drawers, chillers and drip-brew and Nespresso coffee makers. The aft lavatory has a full vanity and there is a separate, forward lavatory for the crew.

The Boston-based GV has a range of 6,250 nm and international Wi-Fi. It is suited to journeys throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Its large, quiet, airy cabin features leather and shades of tan and brown, accented by walnut cabinetry. Gogo Vision in-flight entertainment lets passengers access 150 movies, more than 30 magazines, Bloomberg News, weather and flight maps. There are two passenger iPads, five personal fold-out video monitors and a large credenza monitor. There is an aft enclosed lavatory for passengers and a forward crew lavatory.

Ideal for charters throughout the Americas, Europe and the South Pacific, the GIV-SP offers an environment to work productively or relax and enjoy the cabin, which was refurbished earlier this year. Amenities include sleeping berths for six passengers, streaming Wi-Fi in the continental US, a galley with conventional and microwave ovens, ice drawers, chillers and drip-brew and Nespresso coffee makers, lavatory with full vanity and a separate forward crew lavatory.

The CL350 has a non-stop range of 3,200 nm, making it suitable for flights throughout North America, Hawaii, the Caribbean and Central America. In addition to sleeping berths for three, amenities include streaming Wi-Fi in the continental US, HDMI and Apple device connectivity, two large high-definition monitors, galley with microwave oven, ice drawers and drip-brew coffee maker and lavatory with full vanity.

The Falcon 2000 features sleeping berths for four passengers, Airshow moving map, two large high-definition monitors and fingertip control of the onboard environment. The galley has an oven, sink, chiller and drip-brew coffee maker and lavatory with full vanity.

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