Spaceport Membership

California Spaceport (at Vandenberg)

L3Harris Spaceport Systems operations at Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA, consist of a 100% commercially run satellite processing facility and space launch complex. We offer one-of-a-kind facilities and services with the ability to support a wide variety of satellite customers’ processing configurations and specialty requirements. In addition, as the first federally licensed private “Commercial Space Launch Site Operator” in the United States, L3Harris Spaceport Systems has held a Launch Site Operator’s License, issued by the Office of Commercial Space Transportation, since 1996. Serving both commercial and government users, L3Harris Spaceport Systems provides commercial satellite and payload processing and launch alternatives to cost-conscious customers looking for solutions on California’s central coast.

Colorado Air and Space Port

Colorado Air and Space Port will serve as America’s hub for commercial space transportation, research, and development. Horizontal launch facilities like Colorado Air and Space Port are developing around the world and have the potential to become the foundation for a global suborbital transportation network. Located six miles from Denver International Airport, Colorado Air and Space Port is conveniently accessible.

Ecuador Spaceport

Private Facility in the Equatorial Line to maximize launch vehicles fuel savings and payload maximization

Our Space Port plan is for it to be strategically located in Ecuador, taking advantage of the rotational speed of the Equatorial Line.  We are developing the first aerospace and technological ecosystem that will be the gateway for future private sector exploration and colonization. Having our own private Space Port will facilitate the construction of our first Space Station in geostationary orbit.

Houston Spaceport

Houston Spaceport is an FAA-licensed, urban commercial spaceport offering unprecedented access to a thriving aerospace community.  In addition to serving as a launch and landing site for suborbital, reusable launch vehicles, Houston Spaceport offers laboratory office space including technology incubator space and large-scale hardware production facilities.  Houston Spaceport is located at Ellington Airport, and as a part of the Houston Airport System (HAS) fits seamlessly into one of the largest international travel infrastructures on the planet.

Kennedy Space Center

The John F. Kennedy Space Center (KSC, originally known as the NASA Launch Operations Center), located in Merritt Island, Florida, is one of ten National Aeronautics and Space Administration field centers. Since December 1968, KSC has been NASA’s primary launch center of human spaceflight.

Pacific Spaceport Complex (Alaska)

Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) is a State of Alaska-owned company focused on developing and supporting spaceports to create economic hubs for communities. To this end, AAC’s Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA) on Kodiak Island, Alaska has been launching suborbital and orbital missions since 1998. This FAA-licensed orbital spaceport provide flexible, responsive and low-cost access to space for government and commercial customers. AAC also provides support to other spaceports and space companies with technical expertise and deployable range safety and telemetry capabilities.

Anchorage, Alaska

Space Florida

Space Florida is an ‘independent special district’ of the state and serves as the spaceport authority for the Cape Canaveral Spaceport (CCS). The CCS is recognized in Florida statute as encompassing the Kennedy Space Center and the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station where Space Florida provides a host of services to the growing commercial space marketplace. Increasingly, those services to the private sector include the ownership of major facilities and equipment, roads and bridges, collaborating with utilities to provide power and commodities, and in certain locations on the CCS Space Florida also provides building permits and Certificates of Occupancy.   All the active pads at the Cape are either owned outright or have significant investments by Space Florida. Collectively, there are over $1.5B in facility and infrastructure investments in the Cape where financing and tax efficiencies by Space Florida have helped to create a manufacturing hub for rockets, capsules, satellites and the supply chain to support those activities. The vast majority of those investments are with private sector capital. Nowhere on earth is the future vision of a commercial spaceport becoming a reality more than at the Cape.

Space Port Japan

Space Port Japan Association (SPJ) was established in July 2018 to promote the country’s aerospace and related industries on a wide scale by opening Asia’s first spaceport in Japan with the aim of making Japan an Asian hub for the space travel business.  SPJ is collaborating with relevant companies, groups, and government institutions both domestically and internationally to support efforts to open spaceports at the earliest opportunity and to create business opportunities in Japan.   Naoko Yamazaki, a Japanese astronaut, represents the Director of SPJ.

Stennis Spaceport (Mississippi)

John C. Stennis Space Center in south Mississippi is one of 10 NASA field centers in the United States. Because of its important role in engine testing for more than five decades, Stennis is NASA’s program manager for rocket propulsion testing with total responsibility for conducting and/or managing all NASA propulsion test programs.

Stennis tested the first and second Saturn V rocket stages for NASA’s Apollo Program, including those used to carry humans to the moon. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, there was a saying in the communities surrounding Stennis, “If you want to go to the moon, you first have to go through Hancock County, Mississippi.”

Wallops Range and Mission Management Office

NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility provides agile, low-cost flight and launch range services to meet government and commercial sector needs for accessing flight regimes worldwide from the Earth’s surface to the moon and beyond. Wallops’ flight assets ranging from research aircraft, unmanned aerial systems and high-altitude balloons to suborbital and orbital rockets provide a full-range of capability while operational launch range and airfield capabilities meet ongoing and emerging needs in the science, aerospace, defense, and commercial industries.

YUMA Spaceport (Arizona)

The Arizona Spaceport Alliance (ASA) includes a consolidated team supported by subject matter experts and Arizona aerospace industry group leaders aligned to advance the development of a network of Arizona spaceports and expand Arizona’s aerospace market as it relates to space. ASA is a non-profit mission focused on establishing and supporting world-class spaceport options in Arizona for the general benefit of the State of Arizona and its residents as well as championing the needs of commercial space businesses in the State of Arizona. The Board of Directors for ASA is mandated to establish policies for management and oversight, make decisions on major organizational issues, and determine next steps and roles for the Alliance.

Midland International Air & Spaceport (Texas)

The Midland International Air & Space Port (MAF) is located half way between Midland and Odessa and ranked eight in Texas for primary commercial service airports. MAF serves 43 counties in Western Texas and Eastern New Mexico, and is the closest airport to Big Bend National Park. The airport is approximately 330 miles from Dallas, Texas and 300 miles from El Paso, Texas.

Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport Spaceport (Texas)

Located in the southernmost part of Texas with quick access to the Gulf of Mexico & the US Interstate highway system, the Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport (BRO) serves as a strategic port of entry. The airport is also a familiar beacon to the US for all international and domestic air carriers, as well to corporate and general aviation operators flying through the world’s airspace system.  At BRO, we have two runways capable of serving 95% of the existing commercial fleet and 100% of the corporate and general aviation fleet. The airport is equipped with three types of instrument approaches that allow to safely conduct air operations even in adverse weather conditions, a Federal Inspection Station open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day and two fixed base operators on the field.  BRO commissioned a consulting firm to conduct a Spaceport Feasibility Study, the document is in its final stage before 100% deliverables, however, the primary result is a determination of “feasible” for a horizontal-launch concept with an associated spaceport launch site operator’s license for BRO. A horizontal launch capability would demonstrate a full spectrum of spaceport options and would potentially complement the vertical launch capabilities nearby (Boca Chica Launch Site)

Spaceport Cornwall (United Kingdom)

Spaceport Cornwall is a project between Cornwall Council, The Local Enterprise Partnership, Goonhilly Earth Station Ltd and Virgin Orbit, to provide horizontal satellite launch from Cornwall Airport Newquay by 2021, in order to create high paid jobs in Cornwall in a globally growing sector. Additional funding is being provided by the UK Space Agency and BEIS (Growth Deal).

Waco Spaceport (Texas)

Cecil Spaceport (Florida)

Spaceport America (New Mexico)

Spaceport America is the first purpose-built commercial spaceport in the world. The FAA-licensed launch complex, situated on 18,000 acres adjacent to the U.S. Army White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico, has a commercial-space friendly environment of 6,000 square miles of restricted airspace, low population density, a 12,000-foot runway, vertical launch complexes, and about 340 days of sunshine and low humidity. Some of the most respected companies in the commercial space industry are customers at Spaceport America: Virgin Galactic, Boeing, UP Aerospace, EXOS Aerospace, and SpinLaunch.

Arizona Spaceport Alliance

Arizona Spaceport Alliance is a non-profit organization focused on helping to establish & support world-class spaceport options in Arizona for the general benefit of the State of Arizona, its residents, and the global NewSpace sector.

Portugal Space

The national Portuguese space agency – Portugal Space – is a private, not-for-profit organization, created by the Portuguese Government, as the most modern space agency in the world. The Agency has as its primary purpose to promote and strength space, its ecosystem and value chain in Portugal for the benefit of society and economies in the country and worldwide, acting as a business and development unit for universities, research entities and companies.    The national strategy for space, “Portugal Space 2030”, sets the fields of focus Earth Observation, Space Safety, Space Transportation, and Telecommunications, including related downstream activities, working towards the vision for Portugal – an Atlantic nation, with a rich and global maritime tradition – to be recognised, by 2030, as a global authority in the science and economics of Space-Earth-Climate-Oceans interactions for the benefit of society and economy.    It is in this context that “Democratization of Space” in terms of the full integration of space into economy and society in a sustainable manner, both environmental (in space and on-Earth) as well as economic is approached and that the motto “clean Oceans with clean Space” can be placed. And it is in this context that the Azores International Satellite Launch Programme was launched.    Portugal Space is committed to fostering the effort of democratisation of space (access and use) at internationally competitive prices through industry-led public-private-partnership developments for a spaceport and micro launchers for small satellites to be installed in the Azores. The spaceport, which would be located in Santa Maria island, is a joint initiative of the Portuguese Government and the regional authorities of the Azores, being carried out with technical support from the Portugal Space.

Michigan Space Launch Initiative 

The MLI will be a public/private non-profit entity that provides a collaborative platform for academia, industry, and governmental agencies to provide LEO and hypersonic launch technology for commercial and defense applications. The MLI’s priority is to organize industry partners to establish and operate a satellite launch facility and command center in Northern Michigan.

MLI will be the organization that will organize and facilitate interaction with governmental entities, including local, state, regional, federal and international agencies that will be involved with licensing, operational, and oversight of the launch facility and command operations center.

At full capacity, the MLI launch site will conduct 22-25 launches per year, with command center operating 24/7 for northern tracking operations

Associate Membership


RS&H is an Employee-Owned, Architectural/Engineering and Consulting firm with offices throughout the US. Our full-service integrated approach to planning and design services focuses on key markets including Aerospace & Defense, Transportation & Infrastructure, Aviation, Corporate, and Construction Management. Our Aerospace Practice is a fully integrated design team specializing in solutions for advanced and innovative solutions for a challenging aerospace industry. Our extensive knowledge, capabilities and experience continues to demonstrate our commitment to the advancement of space exploration and technology.  Our experienced design professionals work with clients during the planning, analysis, and design phases, to confidently complete their projects with the reassurance to pursue their boldest initiatives successfully.


BRPH is an international, full-service architecture and engineering firm founded on Florida’s Space Coast over 50 years ago to support facility development of America’s space program. More than simply designers, we solve engineering and architectural challenges for a full spectrum of industries—from multi-million-dollar launch pads to over one million square foot manufacturing facilities and everything in between. Our level of ingenuity continues into the next generation with highly specialized experience in the aerospace, aviation, and manufacturing markets for core clients within the military and defense industries.

Air Liquide/Hancock Co. Port and Harbor Commission

Hancock Co. Port and Harbor Commission owns and operates Stennis International Airport, soon-to-be Stennis Spaceport. We are adjacent to Stennis Space Center 125,000 acre acoustical buffer zone and 13 miles from Stennis Space Center Testing facilities.

Kutak Rock LLP

Founded on a handshake among friends and a commitment to exceptional client service, Kutak Rock has grown into a national law firm of more than 500 lawyers with offices coast to coast. We represent business and governmental clients with collaborative teams and legal services that bring fresh perspective and redefine value.


More than a law firm, Venable LLP is a network of trusted advisors serving businesses, organizations, and individuals in many of the most important aspects of their work.

Cultivated over 120 years, Venable’s capabilities span virtually every industry and all areas of regulatory and government affairs, corporate and business law, intellectual property, and complex litigation. Many of our professionals are former regulators, senior government staffers, state attorneys general, and members of Congress—bringing an invaluable depth of experience to our firm. At the same time, we foster a diverse culture that helps ensure our ability to attract, retain, and elevate the most talented professionals in the country, who work on behalf of our clients.


Corgan, a leading architecture and design firm founded over 80 years ago, creates places across the globe where people thrive, and clients succeed. Interrogating situations, discovering opportunities, and developing intuitive solutions, Corgan designs spaces and novel experiences that chase new ideas and proactively confront the hardest, most vital questions facing our clients, our profession, and our culture. Hugo is an extension of Corgan’s culture of research and development with a mission to explore emerging technologies and societal shifts to identify emerging markets and architectural typologies. By cross-pollinating our areas of design expertise and research in Aviation, Healthcare, Education, Data Centers and Hugo, we take architecture to the place where innovation happens.

Holland & Knight LLC

Holland & Knight LLP is an international law firm with more than 1,400 lawyers and other professionals in 28 offices throughout the world. United States offices are located in cities such as New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, and Miami. Its international offices are located in Bogota, Colombia, London, England and Mexico City, Mexico. Holland & Knight provides representation in litigation, business, real estate and governmental law.

InFlight Global

Astroport Space Technologies, Inc.

Within the architecture profession, Space Architecture is recognized as a bona fide specialty that applies the theory and practice of designing and building inhabited environments in outer space. The three principal domains of the field include: orbital architecture, planet surface architecture, and Earth-based space facilities architecture which supports space faring activities such as design and development of spaceports, or terrestrial analog environments for research.

Taiwan Innovative Space, Inc.

TiSPACE (Taiwan Innovative Space) is a private company in Taiwan specializes in space technologies and launch services. Our headquarters is in central Taiwan and close to high-tech science parks. In addition, we have our own private launch site in the low-latitude region by the southeast coastline of Taiwan. TiSPACE is a new player in the Space Industry with very competitive space launch systems based on hybrid rocket propulsion technologies. Other than hybrid rocket propulsion systems, we have also developed the orbit insertion enabling technologies of guidance, navigation and control with reliable tracking and telemetry. By fully utilizing the high-tech and precision manufacturing capabilities with locally available parts and materials, our launch vehicle systems are 100 percent made in Taiwan (MIT), which allows us to enter the dedicated space launch services market with very competitive cost. Formosan Space Inc. is founded to assemble, integrate and provide space launch services, perform launches from local spaceports for customers in the US. Established in Aug. 2019 in California USA, FSI is the first overseas subsidiary owned by TiSPACE and will work seamlessly as a team to offer more launch sites options and responsive services for our customers.