Clay Lacy donated two retired corporate aircraft, a Learjet 24 and Gulfstream G-II SP for use in student mechanic training at Van Nuys Airport in California. The Los Angeles Unified School District’s North Valley Occupational Center – Aviation operates the program for airframe and powerplant mechanics. Lacy landed the first Learjet at Van Nuys Airport in 1964 and four years later founded Clay Lacy Aviation as the first charter operation on the West Coast. The 1968 model Learjet ...
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