The first Titans SpacePort and supporting facilities are planned on a 3,500-hectare plot in a near-Equatorial country.
Depending on permits and approvals, master planning and construction of the Space & Airport and adjacent Titans City will take 3 to 3.5 years in two phases, starting H1-2023.
TSI plans to build at least two spaceports by 2030.
The first spaceport and supporting facilities are planned on a 3,500-hectare plot in a near-Equatorial country.
For the second spaceport, we're looking for at least 5,000 hectares, also at a (near-)Equatorial country. These spaceports will double as international airports too.
Depending on permits and approvals, master planning and construction of the spaceport/airport and the adjacent Titans City will take 3 to 3.5 years in two phases: H1-2023 to H2-2024 (first phase) and H2-2024 to H2-2025 (second phase).
The total construction investment (including Titans City) will amount to US$3 billion, offering ample employment opportunities for the local population and profitable opportunities for local entrepreneurs and businesses.
When fully operational, Titans Spaceport will employ 3,000-3,500 people full-time at double or triple the national average salary for similar jobs. Titans City will employ an additional 3,500-4,000 people full-time with similar conditions.
Furthermore, TSI commits to re-investing a part of its profits directly in projects and initiatives for and by local and national communities through its highly engaging corporate social responsibility program, supported by Titans Universe’s Shared Wealth Initiative and the Titans Philanthropies program.
TSI will invest $1.5 billion in the realization of the Titans Spaceport project, and another $1.5 billion in Titans City:
Titans SpacePort will accommodate a hydrogen balloon launch facility and four runways; two 4-km runways and two 5-km runways.
Titans SpacePort primary function is to accommodate Titans Spaceplane take-offs and landings, but it will also function as an international airport, handling planes ranging from Airbus 380-800 to private jets.
The spaceport and airport will share three terminals - in one mega complex and include all modern facilities required for convenient and luxurious international travel (including long term parking and lounges).
Titans Spaceplanes taking off from tthe Titans SpacePort will reach orbit to launch satellites and to deliver cargo and material to the OrbitalLoop at 100 kilometers altitude. The spaceplans are also capable to reach the Titans OrbitalPort Space Station (and Space Hotel) at ~400 kilometers altitude.
The Titans Spaceport will also be the primary hub for ultra-fast hypersonic travel with the Titans Spaceplanes to select locations all over the world.
Titans SpacePort and Titans City are tied to Titania Oceana.