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Old August 24th 18, 08:31 PM posted to sci.space.shuttle,alt.airports
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Default Colorado Airport Receives FAA Spaceport License

A Colorado airport has received a commercial spaceport license from the
Federal Aviation Administration despite a lack of announced users of
the site and concerns about conflicts with aviation.

https://www.space.com/41606-colorado...t-license.html

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Old August 25th 18, 05:51 PM posted to sci.space.shuttle
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Default Colorado Airport Receives FAA Spaceport License

In article ,
lid says...

A Colorado airport has received a commercial spaceport license from the
Federal Aviation Administration despite a lack of announced users of
the site and concerns about conflicts with aviation.

https://www.space.com/41606-colorado...t-license.html

Build it and they will come, right? This worked out so well for
Spaceport America, right?

Jeff
p.s. Spaceport America has worked out terribly for the taxpayers in New
Mexico. There are no actual commercial launches there yet. So no tax
revenue from those launches.

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Old August 25th 18, 06:43 PM posted to sci.space.shuttle
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Default Colorado Airport Receives FAA Spaceport License

"Jeff Findley" wrote in message
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In article ,
says...

A Colorado airport has received a commercial spaceport license from the
Federal Aviation Administration despite a lack of announced users of
the site and concerns about conflicts with aviation.

https://www.space.com/41606-colorado...t-license.html


Build it and they will come, right? This worked out so well for
Spaceport America, right?

Jeff
p.s. Spaceport America has worked out terribly for the taxpayers in New
Mexico. There are no actual commercial launches there yet. So no tax
revenue from those launches.


My thoughts exactly...

But don't worry, THIS time it'll be different!

Or something like that.


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