Wichita Aero Club Holds ‘Great Pilots’ Summit

WICHITA—Veteran pilot Clay Lacy took his first flight at the age of 12 in a Beechcraft Model 17 Staggerwing. By the time he was 19, he had amassed 1,500 flight hours and a job with United Airlines as a co-pilot in a DC-3. A Wichita native, Lacy, 83, has more than 50,000 hr. of flight time and...

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