Los Angeles-based Clay Lacy Aviation is expanding its East Coast presence at Waterbury-Oxford Airport in Connecticut.
Clay Lacy Aviation said the first phase of its expansion and development at Waterbury-Oxford Airport (KOXC) will be completed this week. Clay Lacy announces the passing of one major milestone for this Winter. However, the 40,000-square-foot hangar is already sold out.
The good news is that Hangars 2 and 3 have begun their structural steel phase and are now open for commitments.
“We considered aircraft owners’ needs first and foremost when developing this project,” said Buddy Blackburn, SVP for Fixed-Based Operations for Clay Lacy at KOXC.
He added, “The overwhelming response has shown that aircraft owners and flight departments have been searching for space to accommodate both current and future aircraft models and a tailored aircraft storage solution that allows maximum protection and access for clients.”
The $20 million, 11-acre initial hangar will feature a new FBO, executive offices, and hangar space to accommodate the largest large-cabin, ultra-long-range jets.
Rents are about 30% less than other New York-area airports, and there is a U.S. customs facility and covered parking for cars.
Clay Lacy offers an as-available jet card program with fixed rates for qualifying roundtrips. Prices vary per specific tail.