The Virgin Galactic has faced another challenge. Thursday, the company told has delayed the start of its market-based operations until the fourth quarter of 2022. It already expects it to start offering paid flights sometime in the third quarter of next year.
With a delay, the company will begin renovating its aircraft carrier and aircraft this month. Virgin Galactic says it expects the entire process to take between eight to 10 months. The company’s next flight, will take off until mid-2022 early.
“The redesign of our development time and Unity 23 aircraft confirms our original security measures, provides the best possible way to operate the business, and is the ideal solution for our business and our customers,” said Virgin Galactic CEO Michael Colglazier. .
Delay is not consistent with The FAA flew to Unity 22, a plane that took over the founder of Virgin Galactic edge of space. The federal agency dismissed the company at a later date following the investigation.
All products sold by Engadget were selected by our publishing team, excluding our parent company. Some of our articles include helpful links. If you purchase one of these links, we will be able to make a donation.