Current US Commercial Launch Capacity is at least 116 launches per year. The average number of launches forecast is for about 30 per year through 2024.
However, many launch sites do not have active Commercial Launch licenses from the FAA due to lack of demand. For instance, the last commercial launch from Spaceport California was in 2011 and the last from Alaska's Pacific Space Complex was in 2014. No Commercial launches are licensed at either site in the foreseeable future. Only two launches are licensed in 2016 at MARS/Wallops. SpaceX's Boca Chica private launch site is not yet activated.
This table includes only Vertical Launch Sites which is the design proposed for Spaceport Camden. The 5 US-licensed Horizontal launch sites operate like airports and can accommodate multiple launches each day. There have been no commercial tourism launches from any US spaceport.
The expectation that Spaceport Camden could be successful when existing US launch facilities are dormant or under-utilized must be viewed as unrealistic. How can Spaceport Camden's supporters ignore these Facts?