Clay Lacy Aviation Extends Relationship with Boeing Flight Operations

(Seattle, Wash.—Oct. 25, 2012) Clay Lacy Aviation (CLA), distinguished as the most experienced operator of private jets in the world, has extended its seven-year maintenance relationship by an additional five-years as well as signed a new five-year lease agreement with The Boeing Company Flight Operations Department in Seattle, which operates Boeing Business Jets as well as Challenger 604s and 605s.

Brad Wollen, general manager of CLA Seattle, is pleased to continue what has been a long-standing relationship with the iconic aircraft manufacturer at Boeing Field. “Clay Lacy Aviation couldn’t be happier to continue our support for The Boeing Company and extend our relationship with Boeing Business Jets,” said Wollen. “They’ve been partners and our tenant since 1997. We look forward to many more years to come.”

Despite the current economy, CLA Seattle’s operations at Boeing Field are improving. With nearly 7,000 square feet of modern office building and maintenance shop plus 40,000 square feet of new hangar space, the FBO business is going strong and its maintenance presence has increased over the past year.

In addition, CLA Seattle has been appointed a dealer for Quest Kodiak — a six-passenger,  PT6-powered utility aircraft that can be configured on wheels or amphibious floats — for Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, Alberta, Northwest Territories, Yukon and Alaska.

About Clay Lacy Aviation

Founded in 1968 by world-renowned and record-holding pilot Clay Lacy, CLA operates one of the largest fleets of charter and managed aircraft in the world. The company’s fixed base operator facilities at Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles and Boeing Field in Seattle offer aircraft charter, management, sales, maintenance, avionics, and aircraft interior and completion services. CLA offers additional jet charter, management and maintenance services in Denver, Colo.; Orange County and New York City, NY; and San Diego and Santa Barbara, CA.

CLA is the recipient of numerous industry awards:

  • “Best of the Best” Jet Charter Service and Aviation Management Company – Robb Report
  • Diamond Award for Excellence in Maintenance Training/Proficiency – Federal Aviation Administration
  • Best Pilot Training Program – Aviation Research Group/U.S. (ARGUS)

For more information, visit