About The Global Spaceport Alliance
In 2014 it became clear there was an element to the global commercial space economy that was under served, namely the spaceport ecosystem and its eventual crucial place in the global commercial space economy.
Some of the existing organizations that focused on the commercial space sector did not provide a forum for commercial spaceport operators at all stages of their development to come together and privately discuss their progress, obstacles, and challenges.
Clearly, there was a niche for a new organization.
Consequently, the Global Spaceport Alliance (GSA) was formed in 2015 to fill this niche and is wholly own by the Space Business Network.
The Global Spaceport Alliance (GSA) is the voice of the emerging global spaceport community.
Our vision is to be recognized worldwide as the official organization for spaceports and the spaceport eco-system.
To accomplish this vision we will provide members with the information, data, research and networking needed for the successful planning, funding, and operation of spaceports around the world.
All information and content created by GSA and its members are the exclusive property of GSA. Use of GSA content without the expressed permission of GSA management is prohibited.
GSA provides the following member services:
- Advisory Board: Coordinate regular meetings of the Advisory Board
- Member website: This website provides members with information and resources that will help them navigate the particular dimension of an emerging sector.
- The Commercial Spaceport Summit: The Summt is GSA’s premier event of the year, usually held in conjunction with SpaceCom: The Global Commercial Space Conference and Exhibition. Participation is GSA members only.
- Webinar events regularly throughout the year on critical topics of interest.
- Monthly e-Newsletter: The e-newsletter features original articles by GSA members, as well as links to spaceport news stories from around the world. The e-newsletter also gives updates on upcoming GSA events and summary of past events.
- Working Groups: GSA establishes ad hoc working group of the membership deep drives into critical issues, that include:
- Regulatory and Policy matters
- Funding sources and requirements
- Design and Construction
- Business plan development
- Connecting into other transportation modes
- Track: U.S. and International public policy and regulations impacting spaceports, and include member input into this process.
- Reports: GSA periodically publishes specialized reports, such as Spaceports: Enabling the Space Economy (in conjunction with Edelman Intelligence) and the National Spaceport Network Development Plan led by GSA Chair George Nield.
Global Spaceport Alliance Staff Contact:
James Causey, Executive Director, Global Spaceport Alliance at email@example.com.
Steven Wolfe, Deputy Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.