U.S. Human Space Flight Safety Record (As of 5/31/2018); An operator must inform each space flight participant of the safety record of all launch or reentry vehicles that have carried one or more persons on board, including both U.S. government and private sector vehicles.

Guidance on Informing Crew and Space Flight Participants of Risk; Guidance on Informing Crew and Space Flight Participants of Risk details the Office of Commercial Space Transportation’s (AST) policy and guidance on informed consent for crew and space flight participants.

Human Space Flight Requirements for Crew and Space Flight Participants; Final Rule – In this final rule, the FAA changes parts 401, 415, 431, 435 and 440 of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations and establishes a new part 460 in response to the CSLAA’s requirement to issue regulations governing crew and space flight participant, by June 23, 2006.

Safety Approvals; Final Rule; This part establishes procedures for obtaining a safety approval and renewing and transferring an existing safety approval. Safety approvals issued under this part may be used to support the application review for one or more launch or reentry license requests under other parts of this chapter.

Space Tourism Market Study 2002; In this report, Futron Corporation, the industry leader in forecasting space-related markets, provides powerful insight into the public space travel (space tourism) market. The insight is provided via the presentation of an objective and quantitative picture of the current and future demand for the suborbital space travel market.

Suborbital Reusable Launch Vehicles and Emerging Markets 2005; The Suborbital Reusable Launch Vehicles (SRLV) and Emerging Markets report provides the first comprehensive assessment by the Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Commercial Space Transportation (FAA/AST) of the commercial suborbital reusable launch industry in the United States.