Norway’s Andoya Space spaceport: We have a diversified business plan and will be ready for orbital flights in 2022

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Norway’s Andoya Space will begin construction of two launch pads in the coming weeks and remains on track to be ready to open for orbital missions in 2022, its chief executive said.

Andoya Space, 90% owned by the Norwegian government but under orders to turn a profit on the business, is determined to be the first orbital launch facility on the European continent, Andoya Space Chief Executive Odd Roger Enoksen said in a Sept. 22 in an investor presentation organized by satellite-IoT startup Astrocast.

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