EASA has granted Clay Lacy Aviation MRO Services Part 145 Maintenance Organization certification, enabling the long-time California-based business aviation services company to work on European Union-registered business jets. Clay Lacy Aviation operates full-service FBO/MROs at Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles and John Wayne Airport in San Diego. The company plans to open a third FBO/MRO in 2022 at Waterbury-Oxford Airport in Connecticut.
With an FAA Part 145 repair station certificate and more than five decades in business, the company provides a menu of maintenance services that include light line maintenance, heavy airframe inspections, jet engine and APU maintenance, avionics and cabin entertainment upgrades and repairs, and interior modifications and repairs. It also maintains more than $3.4 million in parts inventory and offers warranty administration and AOG mobile response teams.
Clay Lacy Aviation senior v-p of product support Ed Mirzakhanian said the EASA Part 145 certification “helps us better serve our European clients and offers international recognition of our outstanding MRO teams and facilities.”