Colorado Air and Space Port Airport is located in Adams County, Colorado, and is the first commercial spaceport in the United States. The airport is owned and operated by the Colorado Air and Space Port Authority, and is designed to accommodate the launch of commercial space vehicles. The airport features a 10,000-foot runway, a control tower, and a terminal building. The airport also offers a variety of services, including aircraft maintenance, fueling, and storage. The airport is also home to a variety of aerospace companies, including Lockheed Martin, Boeing, and SpaceX. The airport is also home to the Colorado Space Business Roundtable, which works to promote the development of the aerospace industry in the state.
Colorado Air and Space Port Airport is located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Nearby cities include Monument, Palmer Lake, and Manitou Springs. Nearby airports include Colorado Springs Airport (COS), Pueblo Memorial Airport (PUB), and Buckley Air Force Base (BKF).
FAA ID: CFO
Size: small airport
Elevation: 5512 feet