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April 14, 2015
Categories: Russia, Tourism, Zero Gravity

On April 2 we performed zero-g flight for combined group of space and aviation fans giving them an astonishing opportunity to feel like real cosmonauts onboard the ISS. And now we are ready again to greet extreme adventures enthusiasts onboard Ilyushin-76 MDK aircraft.

The next combined group zero-g flight is scheduled for June 25, 2015.  Take your chance!  Great impressions and unforgettable experience guaranteed!

For more details and booking see here.

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