EASA has granted Part 145 Maintenance Organisation approval to Clay Lacy Aviation MRO Services, enabling it to perform maintenance on business jets registered in the European Union (EU).
“We are very proud to add EASA Part 145 to our long list of maintenance certifications and authorisations,” said Ed Mirzakhanian, senior vice president of product support at Clay Lacy. “This helps us better serve our European clients and offers international recognition of our outstanding MRO teams and facilities.”
With more than five decades of experience, Clay Lacy provides complete aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul services through its FAA repair stations in Connecticut and California.
Factory-trained experts provide light line maintenance, heavy airframe inspections, jet engine and APU maintenance, avionics and cabin entertainment upgrades and repairs, and complete interior modification and repair services.
Over US$3.4m in parts, warranty administration and AOG mobile response teams further support each client’s flight and maintenance operations.
The company was founded in 1968 by renowned aviator Clay Lacy. As well as maintenance, interior and avionics services, the company’s offering includes aircraft management, charter and FBO services.
Clay Lacy has aircraft operations and regional offices across the USA, including full-service FBOs in California, at Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles and Orange County’s John Wayne Airport. A third FBO is due to open at Waterbury-Oxford Airport, Connecticut, in 2022. Clay Lacy also has FAA Part 145 aircraft maintenance centres in Los Angeles and San Diego (California) and Oxford (Connecticut).