British billionaire Richard Branson, who soared miles above the earth in his Virgin Galactic rocket aircraft earlier this month, congratulated Amazon founder Jeff Bezos after his first journey to the house on Tuesday.
Bezos, the world’s wealthiest man, undertook Blue Origin’s first human mission on Sunday, spending a couple of minutes within the house, which is being seen as a key second within the house tourism trade for the super-rich.
“Well accomplished @blueorigin, @jeffbezos, Mark, Wally and Oliver. Impressive! Very greatest to all of the crew from me and all of the workforce at @virgingalactic,” stated Branson on Twitter.
— Richard Branson (@richardbranson) July 20, 2021
Blue Origin’s New Shephard capsule, carrying a crew of 4 together with Bezos, breached the boundary of house because it reached an altitude of 66.5 miles (107 kilometers) on Sunday.
Branson, who based Virgin Galactic, had made the journey on July 11, reaching an altitude of fifty miles.