Virgin Galactic pushes 1st commercial passenger flight to spring 2023

Virgin Galactic is pushing its first space tourist mission back by another three months.

Suborbital space tourism provider Virgin Galactic announced (opens in new tab) Thursday (Aug. 4) that it will delay the start of its commercial service once again to the second quarter of 2023, due to upgrade delays for the company’s mothership, VSS Eve.



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