Aircraft N464CL Data

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1966 Learjet 24A C/N 096

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  • N464CL @ KLAS - N464CL at KLAS. Scanned from print. Minolta X-570 with 210mm f4.2 lens. At Signature Flight Support, Las Vegas, 24-SEP-96. This was durning the NBAA  Convention. - by Jay Flitton by Jay Flitton @ KLAS

Airframe Info

Model:24A    Search all Learjet 24A
Year built:1966
Construction Number (C/N):096
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing multi engine
Number of Seats:8
Number of Engines:2
Engine Type:Turbojet
Engine Manufacturer and Model:Ge CJ610-SER
Also Registered As:
N1972L  De-registered
N33BK  De-registered
N1967W  De-registered
N421LJ  De-registered  Delivery: 1966-00-00
N527ER  De-registered  Delivery: 1969-08-00


Registration Number:N464CL
Mode S (ICAO24) Code:A5A8B4
Certification Class:Standard
Certification Issued:1975-12-17
Air Worthiness Test:1989-06-09
Last Action Taken:2007-04-17
Current Status:Valid


Registration Type:Corporation
Owner:Lacy Clay
Address:Van Nuys, CA 91406
United States

User Comments

John Smith, 2006-02-09 00:00:00
 This aircraft was used in the 1979 movie The In-Laws with Peter Falk and Alan Arkin.


The Learjet 24 you see appear in Airport 75, supposedly flown by Charlton Heston to catch the 747, was Clay Lacy's N1972L, which later became N464CL (s/n 24A-096) - Lacy's Learjet was the camera ship for all the air to air filming on that movie... If you care to know, I was the co-pilot. The filming of that 747 was done around Salt Lake City and Provo, UT...

I did talk to the stunt man who "hangs on that cable" from the helicopter to enter the 747... he went very close to the airplane... he told us, if there had been a "real hole" in the airplane, he could have made it in...

Clay Lacy is the air to air photography master of Hollywood, 99% of movies and TV commercials are made from his Learjets... he is a retired UAL 747 captain. He owns a FBO at the Van Nuys Airport. He hired me as pilot and pilot instructor during my furlough from PanAm... a super nice guy...
Mario Alboniga, 2007-04-23 00:00:00
 This aircraft appeared in Clint Eastwood's "Any Which Way You Can"
movie as well.