The FAA is planning a new airspace regime that will enable “routine and predictable” access by commercial space operators. But the agency already is challenged by the current tempo of operations. During a two-day conference the FAA and the Air Traffic Control Association held Oct. 29-30 to discuss integrating commercial space launch and recovery operations in the national airspace system, presenters described air traffic control oversight of the burgeoning industry as overly ...

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