Clay Lacy - California Aviation Hall of FameYear Inducted: 2014

Born in Wichita, Kansas, Clay Lacy began flying at age 12. He had already logged 1500 hours at age 19 when he joined United Airlines in the right seat of DC-3s. Forty years later, Lacy retired from United as a senior captain, having flown Douglas prop airliners, the DC-8, DC-10, 727, and finally the 747-400.

For more information on Clay Lacy, visit www.ClayLacy.com.


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