14 CFR 1214.107 - Postponement.
(a) Provisions of this paragraph apply to postponements requested or caused by the customer.
(b) A customer postponing the flight of a payload will pay a postponement fee to NASA. The fee will be computed as a percentage of the customer's Shuttle standard flight price and will be based on the table below.
|Months before scheduled launch date when postponement occurs||Postponement fee, percent of standard flight price|
|Dedicated flights||Shared flights|
|More than 33||0||0|
|18 or more but less than or equal to 33|
|- 1st postponement||0||0|
|- 2nd and subsequent||5||5|
|17 or more but less than 18||6||9|
|16 or more but less than 17||7||13|
|15 or more but less than 16||8||17|
|14 or more but less than 15||10||20|
|13 or more but less than 14||11||24|
|12 or more but less than 13||12||28|
|11 or more but less than 12||13||32|
|10 or more but less than 11||14||36|
|9 or more but less than 10||15||40|
|8 or more but less than 9||17||43|
|7 or more but less than 8||18||47|
|6 or more but less than 7||19||51|
|Less than 6||20||55|
(c) If at any point, a customer postponement results in a launch date more than 12 months later than the original scheduled launch date, the standard flight price for the customer's payload may be adjusted by NASA to reflect any new standard flight price applicable at the time of the postponed launch, if such new price is higher than the originally contracted price.
Title 14 published on 2015-01-01
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