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FAA accepts license application from Spaceport Camden launch site.

Travel Business Review-July 11, 2019-FAA accepts license application from Spaceport Camden launch site

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced it has approved the operator license application for the Spaceport Camden Launch Site in Camden, Georgia, the administration said.

Upon acceptance, the application begins a 180-day review process. According to the FAA it anticipate[s] making a license determination, in accordance with 14 CFR [section sign] 413.15, on or before December 16, 2019.

Separately, the FAA announced that it has synchronized all processes related to the Spaceport Camden Environmental Impact Statement and is targeting December 5, 2019 for the issuance of a Record of Decision. The Department of Transportation Permitting Dashboard has been updated to reflect all Spaceport Camden related deliverables as in-progress.

Spaceport Camden's vision is to develop a successful world class spaceport through a public-private partnership that establishes Camden County as the Commercial Space Center of the United States.

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