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IDIQ2 & REDDI Flight Providers

Listed below are nine commercial flight providers. Six of these are on contract with NASA through a commercial IDIQ contract (Indefinite Delivery - Indefinite Quantity) to provide test flight services for U.S. Government researchers. If you are a NASA Civil Servant/Contractor, or from another Government Agency, you are able to utilize one of these six IDIQ2 flight providers. If you are not U.S. Government affiliated, you can propose to our REDDI Call for proposals where you are free to propose your own preferred qualified U.S. commercial flight provider (which does not have to be from this list of six). In addition to IDIQ2 flight providers below, the following three have (also) sofar been part of winning REDDI Grants for flight: Exos Aerospace, Integrated Spaceflight Services and Zero Gravity Corporation.

 

IDIQ2 Flight Providers

- Blue Origin

- Masten Space Systems

- Near Space Corporation

- UP Aerospace

- Virgin Galactic

- WorldView

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suborbital Reusable Launch Vehicles (sRLV)

NASA is reviewing its policy on human-tended payloads and will provide an update to this website in the future.

SpaceLoft™ XL

UP Aerospace

Status: Operational

UP Aerospace Launch System

SpaceShipTwo

Virgin Galactic

Status: Accepting Proposals

SpaceShipTwo

Xaero/Xombie

Masten Space Systems

Status: Operational

Xaero platform
 

 

High Altitude Balloons

NBS/SBS/HASS

Near Space Corporation

Status: Operational

Tycho 20/285

World View

Status: Operational

 

 

Parabolic Flight

NASA currently does not have a commercial flight provider for parabolic flight testing on its IDIQ2 contract. However, REDDI proposals have been awarded grants for parabolic flight testing based on price quotes for commercial parabolic flight services by Zero Gravity Corporation and Integrated Spaceflight Services.

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