Clay Lacy Aviation Orange County FBO

Paragon Aviation Group is excited to announce the addition of Clay Lacy Aviation’s newest FBO in Orange County - KSNA (Santa Ana, CA) to their network of prestigious FBOs worldwide. Located at a private terminal at John Wayne Airport, the newly-renovated FBO is ideally located mid-field on the west side of the airport providing the shortest taxi times of any FBO at the airport.  Clay Lacy provides ramp-side, drive-up access to aircraft, and complimentary, secure valet parking.

“Clay Lacy’s Orange County FBO is a prime entry point for tourism and business affairs on the west coast,” said Megan Barnes, President of Paragon Aviation Group. “Their FBO at KVNY (Van Nuys, CA) has been a Paragon FBO member since 2013, so we are grateful for their partnership and the confidence they have placed in our network. Clay Lacy’s stellar reputation aligns perfectly with our company’s core values thus allowing our customers to continue receiving the best experience at each one of our FBOs around the world.”

In addition, Clay Lacy also now offers Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) at both Orange County and Van Nuys FBO locations, providing operators a way to run more sustainably.  The Clay Lacy team is trained to the NATA Safety 1st standard and has received NATA’s Safety 1st Clean certification.

“As an independent FBO, The Paragon Network has been an important partner in our growth,” said Steve Lee, VP FBO Services of Clay Lacy Aviation.  “We are excited to expand our partnership with them by adding a new location in Orange County and deliver the safety, service, and value Paragon customers have come to expect from the network.”

The Paragon Network has surpassed 100 FBO locations worldwide in 23 countries. Internationally, with FBOs in Barcelona, Madrid, Brussels, Zurich, Monterrey, Cape Town, Dubai, Sydney, and Paris, much of the predominant business regions are covered. Top US markets consist of Los Angeles, Houston, Detroit, Dallas, Austin, Miami, Chicago, Boston, Seattle, Washington D.C., and New York.   

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