Virgin Galactic gets FAA approval to fly passengers to space

Virgin Galactic announced it received a license from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly passengers on future space flights.

News 12 Staff

Jun 25, 2021, 9:18 PM

Updated 1,087 days ago

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Virgin Galactic announced it received a license from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly passengers on future space flights. The commercial license it obtained in 2016 will remain active. The difference now is that the company can have “spaceflight participants” on board.
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