Adams County buildings will open to the public on June 2. CASP will have only minimum staffing to maintain operations. Key staff will be available via email and cell phone.
Airport operations remain open. Full Service fuel operations available from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. daily . 100LL Self Serve is available 24/7. Services outside operating hours are available by appointment (fees may apply). The Terminal is currently closed.

Spaceport News

Recent News

Denver Post:   Adams County Space Port Inks Deal with Japanese Company to be Launch Site for Reusable Spacecraft – April 24, 2019
FOX 31 Denver:  Colorado Air and Space Port Slated for Construction – March 20, 2019
Denver Post:  California Has Silicon Valley. Could Colorado Become Home to "Aerospace Alley?" – Nov. 25, 2018
 
 

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Denver Post:  Boulder to Be Site of Global Satellite Company's Largest Facility, Cite Air and Space Port as Reason – Sept. 18, 2018
Aurora Sentinel: Just the Ticket: Colorado Air and Space Port Sells the Future – Sept. 2, 2018
USA Today:  Small rockets, big dreams: More spaceports are taking root across the U.S. – May 3, 2018
The Denver Channel: Denver metro may soon be the gateway to space thanks to spaceport – March 8, 2018
Denver Post:
Space.com: Potential Spaceport Plan Gaining Steam in Colorado
CBS 4 Denver:  Colorado Blasts Off to the Future with Space Travel Plans
Colorado Space Coalition:  Colorado Congressional Delegation Pushes for Spaceport
Denver Business Journal: Mayor Hancock Makes Case for DIA-Area Development at Aerotropolis Americas Conference
Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation: Metro Denver and Northern Colorado Aviation Industry Cluster Profile (PDF)
Denver Business Journal: Colorado Officials Eye Spaceport at Front Range Airport
Denver Post:  Colorado Pursuing Spaceport Designation