The space tourism company recently said it has reopened ticket sales for future flights, and will sell single seats for $450,000 and up, offer more expensive packages for groups, and even permit passengers to buy out an entire flight.
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The space tourism firm reported negative growth for both sales and earnings last quarter.
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