Colorado Air and Space Port Site Operator License Approved
On August 17, 2018, Colorado Air and Space Port announced the Federal Aviation Administration approved its site operator license, a major step forward in establishing a spaceport in Adams County. To learn more about the future of Colorado Air and Space Port, see our Frequently Asked Questions.
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: Will the Front Range become a hub for commercial space transportation? Countdown to decision is on – March 8, 2018
Looking west from Colorado Air and Space Port.
Colorado Air and Space Port enjoys bipartisan support from Colorado’s Congressional Delegation, members of the Colorado State Delegation, municipal and aerospace leaders, and thousands of residents excited about the potential for 21st century jobs and 21st century dreams.
- Colorado Air and Space Port Federal Delegation Letter
- State Delegation Letter on Colorado Air and Space Port
- Front Range Airport Programmatic Environmental Assessment
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