Clay Lacy Aviation is performing 10-year inspections for Embraer Phenom aircraft at the company’s Embraer Authorized Service Centers at Van Nuys Airport (KVNY) and McClellan-Palomar Airport (KCRQ) near San Diego. Phenom 100 aircraft manufactured in 2009 must complete their 120-month (10-year) inspection by the end of this year. Aircraft produced in 2010 must be inspected in 2020. Clay Lacy’s factory-trained Embraer experts completed the first Phenom 100 inspection in October, with additional inspections scheduled for December and into the new year. The inspection and gear overhaul typically take four weeks, during which owners can make the most of downtime by scheduling avionics and interior upgrades to enhance their plane’s safety, performance and comfort. “One of the many reasons we chose Clay Lacy was their in-depth expertise with the Phenom aircraft,” said Phenom 100 owner and CEO Tim Brown, whose jet was recently inspected. “The inspection and gear overhauls were completed on time and on budget, and their service was exceptional throughout the process.”
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