Related: Launch loop
Assuming you are useing a rocket style launch vehicle, everyone has so far.
To reach orbit, the rocket must impart to the payload a delta-v of about 9.3–10 km/s.
This figure is mainly (~7.8 km/s) for horizontal acceleration needed to reach orbital speed, but allows for atmospheric drag (approximately 300 m/s with the ballistic coefficient of a 20 m long dense fuelled vehicle), gravity losses (depending on burn time and details of the trajectory and launch vehicle), and gaining altitude.
First stage - External Tank
Engines 3 SSMEs located on Orbiter
Thrust 5.45220 MN total, sea level liftoff (1,225,704 lbf)
Specific impulse 455 s
Burn time 480 s
Second stage - Orbiter
Engines 2 OME
Thrust 53.4 kN combined total vacuum thrust (12,000 lbf)
Specific impulse 316 s
Burn time 1,250 s
Fuel MMH / N 2 O 4.
Referances: Launch Vehicle , Orbital Spaceflight , Burn Time