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Welcome to UK Communications, Carbon Offsetting, Aerospace & AI.

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Plane Space Programme

UKCOA is the first private space programme in the UK and carry out all our operations in the UK. We represent the much needed private sector in the rapidly growing UK space industry and our aim is to reduce the significant cost of space operations, eliminate the enormous carbon footprint (we are the first carbon-neutral space programme) and facilitate cooperation both domestically and internationally exclusive of the constraints of the UKSA or ESA.

AI Aircraft & Avionics

Private Jet

Computer-assisted aircraft design. Private business jets, helicopters, military fighter jets, research and weather reconnaissance aircraft. We take care of everything from acquisition and inspections to full fleet management and stock both new and recertified avionics.

Security Communications


Website design, digital marketing and aerospace programming.

XE Digital are our communications and flight system engineers. The programmers behind XE Digital specialise in high-end web app development, software and AI.

Industry News

Virgin Orbit Launch Failed

Virgin Orbit's LauncherOne rocket has failed its launch in the UK, reaching only 11,000mph out of the required 17,000mph that was necessary for it to release the satellites it was carrying to orbit.

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Virgin Orbit Plane

Virgin Orbit Launch Failed

© “Cosmic Girl”, by Glenn Beltz, licensed under CC BY 2.0

There was an issue in the upper segment of the rocket.

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Ryanair Closes Brussels Base

Europe's largest budget airline said the airport's decision comes at a time when most European airports are reducing prices to recover traffic lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ryanair Plane

Ryanair Closes Brussels Base

Ryanair also operates 17 planes at Belgium's Charleroi airport

The news follows strikes at Charleroi airport.

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Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) Soon Visible

The comet may soon be visible to the naked eye for the first time in 50,000 years, it made its closest approach to the Sun on Thursday, Jan. 12, with the closest approach to Earth on Wednesday, February 1st.

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Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) Soon Visible

Comet will be visible for the first time in 50,000 years

The comet will make its closest approach on Feb 1st.

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Learn about our Carbon Purge project

The Carbon Purge Project: View Project Page