Los Angeles TV anchorman-pilot Hal Fishman said it best: ``Clay Lacy was born to fly.'' During the 55 years since he first flew, the Van Nuys, Calif., FBO operator and former United Airlines captain has amassed nearly 50,000 hours aloft. That total equates to more than half a decade in the air, or an average of almost 900 hours per year since his first airplane ride at age 12. Lacy has accumulated stick time in nearly every facet of aviation -- from airline operations, corporate flying and ...
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