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Clay Lacy Aviation-Seattle Expands Maintenance Offerings with Newly-Awarded FAA Part 145 Repair Station Certification

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Gateway USA, LLC, Clay Lacy Aviation, LLC, (Clay Lacy Aviation-Seattle) has been awarded a Federal Aviation Regulation Part 145 Repair Station Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Clay Lacy-Seattle is the only Part 145 repair station operating at King County International Airport/Boeing Field (KBFI).

The prestigious designation allows the company to service a wider variety of corporate and private aircraft, including larger jets, with scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, repairs and alterations.

The expanded array of services is expected to meet the growing needs of both local aircraft owners and new customers from throughout the Pacific Northwest.

“With this certificate, we are able to perform maintenance and repair services meeting stringent Part 145 requirements,” says Clay Lacy Aviation-Seattle general manager, Chuck Kegley. “It supports our position as a preferred maintenance provider for corporate and private aircraft in the region and our long-term growth at KBFI.”

Part 145 repair stations must meet strict FAA criteria for training, facilities, management, equipment and other requirements.

Clay Lacy Aviation-Seattle provides a wide range of services for customers and tenants at KBFI. It is a Corporate Aircraft Association (CAA)-preferred FBO, and AvFuel dealer and company’s 60,000-square-foot hangar is available for both locally based and transient aircraft. Customer amenities and office facilities include flight planning and weather forecasting operations, conference rooms, and lounge/rest facilities for pilots and crew members.

Clay Lacy Aviation-Seattle is conveniently located near downtown Seattle at 8285 Perimeter Road South, Seattle, WA 98108. For more information call (206) 762-6000 or email customerservice@bfi.claylacy.com.

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