Clay Lacy Aviation

Clay Lacy Aviation private jet charter

Clay Lacy Aviation Executive Overview

Year Founded1968
LeadershipBrian Kirkdoffer, President and CEO
Clay Lacy, Founder
Bradford Wright, Chief Financial Officer
David G. Lamb, Chief Operating Officer
Scott Cutshall, Senior Vice President, Business Operations
Chris Hand, Senior Vice President, Northeast Region
Veriar Collins-Jenkins, Vice President, Charter and Managed Services
HeadquartersLos Angeles, CA
Jet Card Hourly RatesRoundtrip hourly rates on a Phenom 300 from $3,450, excluding FET and positioning charges
Related ProductsAircraft Management, Maintenance, FBOs, On-demand charterEmpty legs
Related CompaniesNone

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Based in Los Angeles, Clay Lacy Aviation is a full-service aircraft charter, management, support, and sales organization that offers its own card program. Clay Lacy, noted commercial and military pilot and aerial cinematographer, founded the company in 1968.

When was Clay Lacy Aviation founded?

1968

Who owns Clay Lacy Aviation?

Private

Who is the CEO of Clay Lacy Aviation?

Brian Kirkdoffer

How are Clay Lacy Aviation aircraft sourced?

Owned aircraft and aircraft it manages for owners

What are Clay Lacy Aviation’s initiation and membership fees?

There are no initiation or membership fees

What is Clay Lacy Aviation’s entry-level program?

Clay Lacy Preferred jet card programs start at $100,000

Does Clay Lacy Aviation provide guaranteed availability?

No

Is the hourly rate guaranteed?

Yes

Can jet card holders/members use multiple aircraft at the same time?

Yes, based on availability

What is the company website?

www.claylacy.com/jet-charters/clay-lacy-preferred/

Where is Clay Lacy Aviation’s headquarters?

Los Angeles, CA

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