Daybreak Aerospace goals to launch New Zealand’s 1st area aircraft from a traditional airport

A New Zealand-based firm has obtained approval to fly a suborbital area aircraft from a traditional airport.

Daybreak Aerospace bought the nod from the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to fly the corporate’s Mk-II Aurora area aircraft, which is designed to ship satellites into area on a number of flights a day, at a traditional airport whose identify and placement has not been disclosed but.

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