In June 2019, the National Directorate of the USA on Aeronautics and space research for the first time since 2011, will hold a manned launch of a spacecraft to the International space station. It will be the first manned flight of the reusable spacecraft Crew Dragon to ISS, which will orbit the Falcon 9 rocket, which deals with the development company SpaceX. On Board needs to be astronauts Bob Behnken and Douglas Hurley, according to SpaceNews.
If the startup becomes successful, then in August 2019 on the spacecraft CST-100 Starline, manufactured by Boeing, the ISS will be delivered to the astronauts Eric boe and Nicole Mann. In space they will bring the rocket Cockpit. In January 2019, Boeing will conduct a test flight without astronauts.
It should be noted that in November 2019 contract between Russia and NASA on the delivery of astronauts to the ISS. These steps will be the beginning of the refusal of the Russian “Unions” and the transition to private contractors.