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Zero Gravity Corporation Announces 2022 Flight Schedule

Weightless flights planned across the country

Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO-G) has released its 2022 flight schedule set to bring weightless experiences to eager flyers across the country. The tour will include the Kennedy Space Center, Miami, Long Beach, Houston, Austin, Thermal, Ft. Lauderdale, and New York.

“We are thrilled to continue to host these monumental flights for those looking to obtain the same incomparable feeling that Bezos and Branson just felt during their recent flights,” said Matt Gohd, ZERO-G CEO.

“Overall, passengers will experience about eight minutes of weightlessness. That’s twice the amount of time Branson and Bezos experienced it for a fraction of the cost.”

As the consumer space race heats up and interest in commercial space travel deepens, the flights offered by ZERO-G continue to be the only FAA-approved opportunities in the U.S. for individuals to experience true weightlessness without actually going to space. At a fraction of the cost of consumer space flights in development, ZERO-G is paving the way for the general public to enjoy the wonders of interstellar travel. Each ZERO-G mission is designed for maximum fun. The aircraft’s interior is a zero-gravity playroom, complete with padded floors and walls and video cameras to record the unforgettable moments.

The flight is valued at $7,500 per person + 5% tax per person. Each ticket includes 15 parabolas, your own Zero-G flight suit, Zero-G merchandise, Regravitation Celebration, certificate of weightless completion, photos, and video of your unique experience.

The full 2022 schedule can be found below:

  • January 22nd – Kennedy Space Center, FL
  • January 29th – Miami, FL
  • February 12th – Long Beach, CA
  • March 19th – Houston, TX
  • March 20th – Austin, TX – Coincides with SXSW Music Festival!
  • April 9th – Long Beach, CA
  • April 14th – Thermal, CA – Coincides with Coachella!
  • April 24th – Kennedy Space Center, FL
  • April 30th – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
  • May 28th- New York, NY

Since operating its first commercial flight in 2004, ZERO-G has given more than 17,000 flyers the opportunity to feel true weightlessness. It has also hosted an impressive collection of celebrities and scientists including Stephen Hawking, Buzz Aldrin, Peter Jackson, George Takei, Justin Bieber, Kate Upton, Martha Stewart, The Osbournes, Ashton Kutcher and many others.

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