May 10, 2024

Las Vegas, Nevada In a landmark decision Wednesday, the Clark County Commission unanimously approved the construction permits for the Las Vegas Executive Airport, marking a pivotal milestone in the development of the much-anticipated Las Vegas Spaceport.

As of now, the Las Vegas Executive Airport is a shovel ready project.

Situated just 15 minutes away by helicopter from the vibrant Las Vegas Strip, the Las Vegas Executive Airport is poised to become a cornerstone of innovation and exploration in Southern Nevada. Led by visionary developer and CEO Robert Lauer, the airport represents the inaugural step towards the realization of the ambitious Las Vegas Spaceport project.

The Las Vegas Spaceport is set to redefine the boundaries of space exploration, serving as a hub for both commercial and private space tourism. The spaceport will offer a range of services, including civilian space flight acclimation training, hangar space for space vehicles, and a post-high school STEM Academy equipped with advanced flight simulators.

Companies like Radian are building space-planes that are within reach.

Robert Lauer, CEO of Las Vegas Spaceport, expressed his enthusiasm for the commission’s decision, stating,

“We are thrilled with today’s unanimous decision by the commission. The development of the Las Vegas Executive Airport represents a significant step forward in the realization of the Las Vegas Spaceport’s ambitious vision. As momentum builds and partnerships flourish, the spaceport remains steadfast in its commitment to pioneering the future of space travel and driving economic prosperity in Southern Nevada.

I want to especially thank Lt. Governor Stavros Anthony for his help on this project”

Strategically located in close proximity to renowned aerospace institutions such as Area 51, the Nevada Test Range, Nellis Air Force Base, and Creech Air Force Base, the Las Vegas Spaceport is poised to leverage unparalleled access to cutting-edge technology and expertise. Plans for the spaceport include a hotel, passenger terminal, and rooftop observation deck and restaurant, aiming to redefine the visitor experience and attract millions of tourists annually.

As anticipation builds and groundbreaking for the Las Vegas Executive Airport is expected to commence in three months, the Las Vegas Spaceport stands as a testament to the spirit of innovation and progress driving Southern Nevada forward.

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