Bombardier, Dassault and Gulfstream jets join Clay Lacy’s managed fleet

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Five aircraft have been added to Clay Lacy Aviation’s managed aircraft fleet and are available for charter. The company added a Gulfstream GV based in Boston, Massachusetts. In Los Angeles, California, it added a Bombardier Global 6000 (pictured above), a Gulfstream GIV-SP, a Bombardier Challenger 350 and a Dassault Falcon 2000.

All of the aircraft feature wi-fi and domestic and international satellite phones. The company also said every flight is enhanced by the added protection of its CleanCheck Standard to assure a healthy and safe environment for passengers and crew.

The Gulfstream GIV-SP

The Gulfstream GIV-SP cabin was refurbished earlier in 2020. The aircraft can accommodate 13 passengers and has sleeping berths for six. Amenities include streaming wi-fi in the continental USA, a lavatory with full vanity and a separate forward lavatory for crew. The galley features conventional and microwave ovens, ice drawers and chillers, and drip-brew and Nespresso coffee makers.

The Dassault Falcon 2000

The Dassault Falcon 2000 interior was also recently refurbished, in 2019. It has capacity for eight passengers and sleeping berths for four. Amenities include wi-fi, Airshow moving map, two large HD monitors and fingertip control of the onboard environment. The galley has an oven, sink, chiller and drip-brew coffee maker, and there is a lavatory with full vanity.

The Bombardier Global 6000

The Bombardier Global 6000 is configured to seat 16 passengers with sleeping places for seven. It is equipped with domestic and international streaming wi-fi, Gogo Vision IFE and six passenger iPads. The galley features conventional and microwave ovens, ice drawers and 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 interior is fitted out with fine leather, rich fabrics and burl wood cabinetry. The aircraft has a non-stop range of 6,000 nautical miles.

The Bombardier Challenger 350

The Bombardier Challenger 350 has capacity for nine passengers and sleeping berths for three. The aircraft offers a non-stop range of 3,200 nautical miles. Passengers can make use of streaming wi-fi in the continental USA, while other features include HDMI and Apple device connectivity, two large HD monitors and a lavatory with full vanity. The galley is equipped with a microwave oven, ice drawers and a drip-brew coffee maker.

The Gulfstream GV

Finally, the Boston-based Gulfstream GV is kitted out for 14 passengers. The cabin features leather and fine fabrics in shades of tan and brown, accented by burl walnut cabinetry. As well as streaming international wi-fi, the aircraft is equipped with Gogo Vision IFE, giving passengers access to 150 movies, more than 30 magazines, Bloomberg News, weather, flight maps and more. 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. The aircraft has a non-stop range of 6,250 nautical miles.

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