Continued: The Dragon II will land at De Gaulle after leaving the International Space Station and a pilot and six passengers will stand on the tarmac. By 2030, sub orbital flight will be common while the ISS will be transformed from a white Elephant to a cash cow as it becomes the premier destination site of the super rich.
Expect to see a spacecraft landing at the Paris Airshow in 2017, the 90th anniversary of Charles Lindbergh's flight across the Atlantic. It will be the SpaceX Dragon II landing backwards using it's onboard thrusters (Propulsive landing).
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