Richard Branson inspired by Apollo, his own space shot soon
Updated : July 19, 2019 01:49 PM IST
The British billionaire celebrated his 69th birthday at NASA's Kennedy Space Center during 50th-anniversary festivities for humanity's first moon landing.
Branson said three or four test flights will be conducted from New Mexico, beginning this fall, before engineers allow him to fly.
About 600 people, ranging from their teens to early 90s, have reserved a seat, according to a company spokeswoman. Tickets are $250,000.
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