Clay Lacy Aviation’s FAA Part 145 repair station at Waterbury-Oxford Airport in Connecticut has gained Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) certification, enabling it to offer aircraft maintenance services for Canadian-registered business jets.
The repair station provides complete aircraft MRO services. The 65,000ft² (6,039m²) facility is staffed by technicians trained on Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna, Embraer, Hawker and Eclipse airframes.
Their work is backed by Clay Lacy’s 53 years of experience maintaining and operating a wide variety of makes and models of business jets from every major manufacturer. The team offers light line maintenance, heavy airframe inspections, jet engine and APU maintenance, avionics and cabin entertainment upgrades and repairs.
Founded in 1968, Clay Lacy Aviation offers aircraft management, charter, maintenance, avionics, interior and FBO services. The company has aircraft operations and regional offices across the USA, including full-service FBOs at Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles, and Orange County’s John Wayne Airport, with a third FBO opening at Waterbury-Oxford Airport in 2022. Clay Lacy also has FAA Part 145 aircraft maintenance centres in Los Angeles and San Diego, California, in addition to the Oxford site.