January 12, 2015

Dear space fans,
Take your chance!
Vegitel Tour Company continues the program of Zero Gravity flights onboard Ilyushin-76 MDK, the world’s biggest plane able to create Zero-G. So you’ve got a great opportunity to feel like real astronauts. The next flight is scheduled for November 10, 2015.
Do you still believe zero-g is possible on the orbit only? Unique flying-laboratory Il-76MDK enables to simulate weightlessness similar to the real space flight conditions.
During the flight you will experience a little bit lighter variant of all space flight factors both g-loads and zero-g, besides professional instructors who work with the cosmonauts will teach you how to behave under zero-g conditions and show you various breathtaking tricks.
10 regimes of free flight! Present yourself with an unforgettable adventure you will be proud of!
If you are able to overcome the gravity of the Earth you are able to overcome everything!
You may learn more and book the flight following the link: http://starcity-tours.com/zerogravity/

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