Boeing’s 1st Starliner flight with astronauts delayed to April 2024

We’ll have to wait a bit longer to see Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft carry astronauts for the first time.

The first crewed test flight of Starliner has been pushed back an additional month, to no earlier than mid-April 2024, NASA officials said in a release on Thursday (Oct. 12). No reason was given for the change. The target date for the first operational flight of the Boeing spaceship has also been delayed, to early 2025 from summer 2024, agency officials added.


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