January 19, 2016

In April 2016 we celebrate the Birthday of manned Cosmonautics. 55 years ago world-famous Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin performed the first ever manned spaceflight in the history of mankind starting the age of space exploration.

Vegitel Tour Company, the lead provider of aerospace tourism services in Russia, suggests you celebrating this great anniversary on a space scale! Try zero-gravity onboard Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre special flying laboratory Ilyushin-76MDK to feel like a real cosmonaut.

Factors of real space flight such as G-loads and zero-gravity and the team of high-qualified instructors that have been training dozens of cosmonauts and astronauts is everything needed to make this adventure an unbelievable experience.

Challenge yourself! Challenge the gravity! See you on April 26 in GCTC!

Book the flight and learn more here.

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