Clay Lacy offers a dynamic pricing jet card solution built off its fleet of over 70 managed aircraft that are open for charter
Clay Lacy Aviation has opened a new office at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, New York as an extension of the company’s East Coast headquarters in Oxford, Connecticut. The plan is to further enhance service and support for aircraft management, jet charter, jet card programs and maintenance clients in the New York area, according to a press release. Clay Lacy manages a growing fleet of jet charter aircraft along the eastern seaboard in White Plains, Boston, Oxford, Teterboro, Philadelphia, and Miami with additional locations opening later this year.
Clay Lacy manages a nationwide fleet of more than 100 business jet aircraft, with close to 70 planes available for charter, including five more charter jets which joined the fleet in the second quarter and are ready for domestic or international charter.
New is a Dassault Falcon 200LX based between Bozeman, Montana (KBZN) and Bedford, Massachusetts (KBED), a Falcon &X at Oxford, Connecticut (KOXC), plus Falcon 900C, Gulfstream G550, and Falcon 2000EX EASy at Van Nuys, California (KVNY).
“Our new office in White Plains broadens the reach of our maintenance and operations center in Oxford enabling us to provide greater value to our management, charter, and maintenance clients.,” said Chris Hand, Clay Lacy’s Senior Vice President for the Northeast Region. Earlier this year Clay Lacy opened bases in Chicago, Miami and Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
The company’s jet card program is called Clay Lacy Preferred and is sold at levels of $100,000, $200,000 and $300,000. Funds are refundable, however, there is no escrow account option and availability isn’t guaranteed until you make your reservation. Clay Lacy programs use dynamic pricing and while taxi time is included in the quotes, so are any relevant ferry fees, so its programs are most attractive to customers living where its aircraft are based. The company’s history dates to 1968 when it was founded by its namesake, a former United Airlines pilot.