Mexico’s civil aviation agency, Agencia Federal de Aviación Civil (AFAC), has awarded authorization for Clay Lacy Aviation’s Part 145 repair stations in San Diego and Los Angeles to provide maintenance services on Mexican-registered business jets.

AFAC approval builds on Clay Lacy’s international authorizations and serves to expand its client base at its Van Nuys Airport and McClellan-Palomar Airport locations. The aircraft management, charter, maintenance, avionics, interiors, and FBO services provider also has maintenance authorizations for U.S., European, and Canadian-registered business jets.

In addition to the company’s California operations, Clay Lacy operates an MRO in Oxford, Connecticut. All of the locations can perform light line maintenance, heavy airframe inspections, engine and APU maintenance, avionics and cabin management/entertainment repairs and upgrades, and interior modifications and repair.

With more than $3.4 million in parts, as well as warranty administration and AOG mobile support, the company has a particular focus on Bombardier, Dassault Falcon, and Gulfstream business jet maintenance. Clay Lacy also is an Embraer-authorized service center.


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