ANCHORAGE, ALASKA: The Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) recently hosted a delegation from Japan to view the Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA). Led by the Honorable Hiroshi Imazu, member of the Japan Diet, House of Representatives and Chairman of the Space Policy Research Council (LDP), the delegation included representatives from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), National Space Policy Secretariat, Ministry of Defense, and a private sector aerospace company.
Kodiak Daily Mirror - Joanne Snoderly
The Federal Aviation Administration’s Final Environmental Assessment has cleared the way for a new medium-lift launch pad at the Pacific Spaceport Complex, but the future of the project remains uncertain after state funding was placed on hold in late 2014.
The final EA comes after two draft assessments – one released in September 2014 and another released in December 2015. The final version includes responses to public comments on earlier drafts.
ANCHORAGE - The Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) completed a highly successful exhibition at the 32nd Space Symposium in Colorado Springs. The Space Symposium, sponsored by the Space Foundation, has become the nation’s premier space forum for the international commercial aerospace industry and government agencies.
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT/RECORD OF DECISION, FOR THE KODIAK LAUNCH COMPLEX LP-3 - KODIAK ISLAND, KODIAK ISLAND BOROUGH, ALASKA
Thank you for allowing me this time to present an update on Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) activities this past year. Because I have to do this via teleconference, I have provided a written copy of my testimony for your convenience.
This Is A Good Opportunity To Put Facts on The Record Concerning Alaska Aerospace to Counter Much of the Misinformation That Has Been Presented by Detractors During Public Testimony and Even From Some Legislators during Committee and Floor Sessions.
Anchorage, AK – Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC), recognizing strong demand and aerospace industry growth in northeast Alabama, announces the opening of their new office in Huntsville, Alabama. This is the first permanent presence outside of Alaska for the company.
Press Release From: RocketLab
Los Angeles - November 3, 2015 Rocket Lab announced they have selected Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) to provide range safety support for their upcoming Electron launches in 2016. AAC's core business area is space launch. It developed, owns, and operates the Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska (PSCA), a state-of-the-industry spaceport that provides access to planetary orbital space for commercial and government customers.
November 3. 2015
Anchorage, AK - An Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) business development delegation participated in the first National Aerospace Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Exposition held in Los Angeles October 26 to 28, 2015. AAC sponsored a booth in the exposition hall, held numerous meetings with companies interested in aerospace opportunities in Alaska, and presented a briefing on the evolving small satellite commercial market and how non-federal spaceports may provide low cost launch options for the emerging industry.
Anchorage, AK – Tatym Doucet, a sixth grade student at Kincaid Elementary School in Anchorage, Alaska built a replica of the Launch Service Structure at the Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA) as her class project. Tatym, who visits Kodiak each summer, was inspired for the project when she went out to visit the site. “When I was in Kodiak, we went out to the site, but couldn’t get real close, so I wanted to do the research and build this for my school project” she said.