Front Range Airport

Spaceport Colorado

8/23/2018 - Federal Aviation Administration Final Programmatic Environmental Assessment " Spaceport Colorado
"The FAA has announced the availability of the Final Programmatic Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact/Record of Decision for Front Range Airport Launch Site Operator License, Spaceport Colorado (Final PEA and FONSI/ROD). An electronic version of the Final PEA and FONSI/ROD is available on the FAA Office of Commercial Space Transportation website at:
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5/16/2018 - What Impact will a Spaceport Have in Colorado
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5/17/2018 - Front Range Airport Programmatic Environmental Assessment - Public Meeting
The Federal Aviation Administration has prepared a Draft Programmatic Environmental Assessment (PEA) for the Front Range Airport Launch Site Operator License, Spaceport Colorado. As part of the Draft PEA public participation process, the FAA will hold a public meeting on May 17, 5-8 pm, to solicit comments from the public.
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5/17/2018 - Front Range Airport Programmatic Environmental Assessment
3/10/2018 - Denver metro may soon be the gateway to space thanks to Spaceport Colorado
3/10/2018 - Will the Front Range become a hub for commercial space transportation? Countdown to decision is on
2/21/2018 - We received some great news today from the Office of Commercial Space! We are officially in the 180 day review period with an end date of August 19th for the license determination! This very important progress and means that we are finally in the Formal Review! We are one very important step closer to having the Spaceport License!
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12/26/2017 - How Kimley-Horn Surveyed Front Range Airport 5X Faster with Drones
Why You Can't Just Buy a Drone and Take to the Skies

We know them as drones. The authorities like to call them by their proper name: Unmanned Aircraft Systems or UAS. Flying civilian drones has really taken off in recent times-pun intended.

The technology and growing availability of drones caught US authorities off guard. Until recently, they had no idea how to manage them. All they knew was that drone flying could not go on unregulated.

In the meantime, folks continued to snap up drones online or from high-street stores and take to the skies. You still can, but new rules and regulations now dictate what you can fly and where.

This guide was written to help people navigate the complex laws surrounding drones. This guide is kept up to date to make sure you have accurate information.

This guide will be updated over time with new content, images, and embedded videos to keep you informed.
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7/13/2017 - Operator license for Spaceport Colorado in Adams County could be less than a year away
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Front Range Airport • 5200 Front Range Parkway • Watkins, Colorado 80137
1.800.654.9136 • FBO: 303.261.9100 • Administration/Operations: 303.261.9103
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