A new US airline is selling tickets for space tourism that will allow people to travel to the moon using a modified version of the space shuttle.
The Air India Group announced that it will offer the tickets to anyone who has a US credit card and a valid US visa.
The Air India website says the tickets will cost $1,300 each, and will go on sale in mid-November.
According to The New York Times, the Air India tickets will go live on Thursday, November 20.
Air India has said that it plans to fly to the Moon in 2018, and is currently working on the plan.
The company also has plans to launch the Moon Express in 2019.
It’s unclear when the new flight will begin.
The Air France flight is one of the oldest commercial flights in the world, and the company has been in the business for decades.
This is the first time that the airline will sell tickets to the space program.
“The launch of the Air France Moon Express is an opportunity for the company to connect the world to the beauty of space,” Air France CEO Pierre Brûlé said in a statement.
For decades, the space industry has struggled to keep up with the needs of our customers.
Today, it is the only industry in the entire world that is not completely focused on human exploration and development.
In 2014, NASA launched the first moon lander, and more recently, the International Space Station (ISS) was built and launched.
Space tourism is one facet of the US space program, and it is an area where US companies are trying to catch up with their counterparts in other nations.
Last month, Boeing announced it would begin offering space tourism packages to the general public for a limited time starting in 2020.
For now, though, US space tourism remains in its infancy.