Class B Spaceports
are the second largest and busiest class of spaceports outside of the major Union Traffic Hubs within the Union.  When traffic within a system justifies having more than one Class B Space port, plans are usually made to either expand an existing Class B Space port to a Class A or to build a Class A space port away from any existing ones.

They typically include the following:

  • Daily direct Connections to Blue Moon or other Major Union Traffic Hubs.
  • Daily Space Bus Service.
  • Daily Clipper Service.
  • Daily Line Ship Service.
  • At least one Charter Service.
  • Fully Automated landing and lift off assistance systems.
  • Minor Repair Dock facilities. (there is usually an service center that takes care of the majority of repair tasks. It may be attached to the port or stand alone)
  • All Freight can be handled.
  • Ultras can be accommodated.
  • Repair facilities might be limited
  • Accommodations up to three star available (four star or higher accommodations are available at about a third of Class B ports.)
  • NucGas Fuel refinery and NucGas Fuel available.
  • MolGas Fuel refinery and MolGas Fuel available.
  • Limited supplies of Anti Matter Fuel may be available.

Class B spaceports are the smallest spaceports that can include at least one Trans Matter Tunnel Connection or Space Train Station.  Those are commonly termed Class B+.

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