39th Space Symposium 2024

April 16, 2024

The Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC), and our wholly owned subsidiary Aurora Launch Services (ALS), were proudly in attendance at the 39th Space Symposium 2024, in Colorado Springs, Colorado the week of April 8-11.  The team consisted of AAC/ALS members Maggie, Rob, Alyssa, John and Manilyn.  We had two board members supporting us, Jack and Lindsay, enabling us to make connections with current […]

Alaska Aerospace Announces New President and Chief Executive Officer

February 27, 2024

Today, the Alaska Aerospace Corporation announced the selection of Colonel John Oberst, United States Air Force (Ret) as its new President and Chief Executive Officer. The Alaska Aerospace Corporation Board unanimously selected Colonel Oberst after an exhaustive nationwide search. Colonel Oberst is a long time Alaskan resident, with a broad background in the military and space industry, who brings a wealth of […]

Alaska Aerospace releases 2023 Annual Report

January 19, 2024

Alaska Aerospace has released its 2023 Annual Report.  The report highlights the numerous accomplishments of the state-owned corporation and provides the audited financial results for the state fiscal year 2023. “The team has successfully navigated the complexities of the aerospace sector, fostered innovation, and leveraged the collective expertise of our very committed and dedicated and diverse team of individuals, working together as […]

Space Symposium 2022

April 7, 2022

Thank you 37th Space Symposium! Last day to stop by our booth. #1176


Japan Space Symposium 2017 Features Alaska Aerospace

ANCHORAGE, AK: The Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) was honored to be invited to deliver a presentation addressing the unique aspects of owning and operating the Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA), a State of Alaska owned, non-Federal spaceport, at the 2017 Japan Space Symposium, held April 17, 2017 in Tokyo, Japan.  The invitation followed a visit to PSCA in June 2016 by […]

Alaska Aerospace Corporation Expands Marketing 33rd Space Symposium

ANCHORAGE, AK:  Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) exhibited at the 33rd Space Symposium held in Colorado Springs April 4-6, 2017, hosted by the Space Foundation.  The Space Foundation is a global, nonprofit organization and the foremost advocate for all sectors of the space industry. This is the fifth year that AAC had a booth at the Space Symposium to attract interest in the […]

Alaska Aerospace Highlights Spaceport Capabilities Faa Conference

WASHINGTON DC:   Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) participated in the 20th Annual Commercial Space Transportation Conference, co-hosted this year by the Federal Administration Office of Commercial Space Transportation and the Commercial Spaceflight Federation.  The annual conference brings industry leaders together with government officials to discuss the developing commercial space market, including streamlining space launch and commercial operations, and changes in the global commercial […]

Aac Looking New Launch Site Nearer Equator

Kodiak Daily Mirror – Joanne Snoderly Alaska Aerospace Corp. is considering a second launch facility capable of equatorial launches. At a Dec. 1, 2016, meeting, the state-owned corporation’s board of directors approved spending up to $250,000 “to enter into contracts … for the preliminary survey, property appraisal, initial site design, site engineering and permitting processes” for the launch site. AAC CEO Craig […]

Kodiak Daily Mirror Guest Opinion Psca

By CRAIG CAMPBELL I Posted: Thursday, January 19, 2017 9:00 am On Jan. 10, Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., released his 2017 Wastebook Porkemon, which highlighted the Pacific Spaceport Complex Alaska (PSCA) and the recent contract with Missile Defense Agency as a waste of federal funding. It is my practice to not engage in public discourse with those who disregard facts to make […]

Alaska Aerospace Highlights Commercial Space Launch Opportunities Eisenhower Center 2016 Space

ANCHORAGE (December 7, 2016):  The Eisenhower Center for Space and Defense Studies held the tenth annual Space Forum at the United State Air Force Academy on December 6, 2016.  The Space Forum facilitated discussions by Federal, State, and commercial companies to advance U.S. space capabilities.  A special focus of this year’s forum centered on public-private partnerships, private spaceflight, and state government and […]

Aac Chief Reassures Assembly Access

Kodiak Daily Mirror – By JOANN SNODERLY In an address to the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly last week, Alaska Aerospace Corp. CEO Craig Campbell said there are currently no plans to cut off public access at Narrow Cape beyond what is needed for launches, but he stopped short of saying that commitment would continue should the company privatize. “Alaska Aerospace, as a partner […]

Kodiak Chamber Recognizes Alaska Aersospace

On Saturday, August 13th, Alaska Aerospace Corporation and the Kodiak Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Pacific Spaceport Complex – Alaska (PSCA) commemorating completion of the rebuilding of damaged facilities caused by the launch failure in August 2014. Full Article Here



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