Virgin Galactic delays beginning of commercial spaceflights to fourth quarter 2022, stock falls 13%

Virgin Galactic delays beginning of commercial spaceflights to fourth quarter 2022, stock falls 13%

Virgin Galactic delays beginning of commercial spaceflights to fourth quarter 2022, stock falls 13% - Virgin Galactic is delaying the beginning of its commercial space tourism service to fourth quarter 2022. - The space tourism company will this month begin work refurbishing and improving its spacecraft and carrier aircraft, rather than fly its next spaceflight test. - Virgin Galactic's enhancement process, which is expected to take eight months, makes mid-2022 the earliest that the Unity 23 spaceflight may fly. Virgin Galactic is delaying the beginning of its commercial space tourism service to fourth quarter 2022, with the company on Thursday announcing a reorganization of its development and test flight schedule. The space tourism company will this month begin work refurbishing and improving its spacecraft and carrier aircraft. Virgin Galactic had …
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