Clay Lacy opens maintenance facility at Waterbury-Oxford Airport


Clay Lacy Aviation has celebrated the opening of the company’s 65,000ft² (6,038m²) aircraft maintenance facility at Waterbury-Oxford Airport (KOXC) in Oxford, Connecticut.

Its factory-trained technicians have knowledge working on Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna and Hawker airframes. The facility also offers light line maintenance for engine and airframe; avionics troubleshooting and repairs; and minor interior updates and reconditioning. The process for FAA Part 145 repair station certification is underway and approval is expected later this year.

Malcolm MacKenzie, operations manager at Clay Lacy, said, “We were delighted to meet with friends and industry peers from this airport and the surrounding area, introduce our maintenance team and provide tours of our new facility.

“Our East Coast team, maintenance capabilities and tooling have expanded steadily over the past two years, and we are proud to provide exceptional support to local operators throughout the Northeastern USA.”

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