Defy Gravity

Zero gravity flights coming to Seattle on September 9th

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Your First Step Into Space

The Zero-G Experience® is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience true weightlessness without going to space!
Flying on our specially modified Boeing 727, you will experience a weightless environment that allows you to float, flip, and soar like an astronaut.

A Spotless Safety Record Over…

19 Years In Operation

800+ Flights

16000+ Parabolas

22000+ Guests

A Few Famous Flyers

    Professor Stephen Hawking
    “A zero gravity flight is the first step towards space travel…It was amazing. I could have gone on and on. Space, here I come!“
    Buzz Aldrin
    “It was exhilarating! It was great to experience both lunar gravity and weightlessness again!“
    Kate Upton
    “It’s so hard to explain how it feels…I mean you’re weightless! But I got the hang of it, and I had so much fun.“
    Logan Paul
    “It’s one of those things where I can describe it as much as I want–but until you experience [zero gravity], there’s nothing like it.“
    Martha Stewart
    “Zero-G was an amazing experience. I loved it! I only wish I could be weightless for an entire week.“
    Dr. Craig Barrett, Intel Chairman (Former)
    “Zero-G is a great product for incentives, celebrations, or education. I’ve flown twice and loved it every time.“

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How do zero gravity flights work?

    Our specially modified Boeing 727 G-FORCE ONE® aircraft achieves weightlessness by flying aerobatic maneuvers called parabolas.

    The process starts with the aircraft flying level with the horizon at an altitude of 24,000 feet. The pilots then gradually increase the angle of the aircraft to about 45° relative to the horizon until reaching an altitude of 32,000 feet. During this phase, passengers feel the pull of 1.8 Gs.

    Next, the plane pushes over the top of the parabolic arc and the zero gravity phase begins. For the next ~30 seconds, everything in the plane is weightless.

    Finally, the plane gently pulls out of the maneuver, allowing flyers to gradually return to the floor of the aircraft.

    The maneuver is flown 15 times over the course of the flight.

    How long will I experience zero gravity?

    Each parabola offers roughly ~30 seconds of zero gravity. Flying 15 parabolas over the course of the flight means you will experience between 7.5 – 8 minutes of zero gravity.

    Are zero gravity flights safe?

    Yes, zero gravity flights are perfectly safe. Not only are we held to the exact same Part 121 safety standards as passenger airlines like Delta, Southwest, and others, but we spent over 11 years receiving FAA approval before ever conducting our first public flight.

    Now more than 19 years, 800+ flights, and 22,000+ guests later, we still maintain a spotless safety record.

    Will I get motion sick?

    Despite the popularity of NASA’s original “Vomit Comet” plane, a majority of our guests never experience motion sickness. With over 19 years of experience conducting over 800+ flights, we know how to ensure that our guests have the most comfortable experience possible.

    On flight day we’ll provide you with optional non-drowsy dramamine, as well as a Reliefband anti-nausea wearable device. You’ll also be provided a flight-approved light breakfast, and detailed instructions from your Flight Coach about what causes motion sickness in zero gravity and how to avoid it.

    How long does the experience last?

    The flight itself requires around 90 minutes, but the entire experience lasts approximately 4.5 to 5 hours total.

    Pre-flight time includes check-in, changing into flight suits, orientation, security screening, and boarding the aircraft. Post-flight time includes a regravitation celebration, presenting your flight pin, and a champagne toast.

    Although times may vary from flight to flight, our typical flight has an 8:30/9am check-in and concludes around 2pm. Always reference the instructions provided by our Flight Operations team to confirm your specific flight’s schedule.

    Book Your Seat Before They Sell Out (Again)

    $9,070 + tax per person

    Each ticket includes 15 parabolas, your own Zero-G flight suit, Zero-G merchandise, Regravitation Celebration, flight pin, photos, and video of your unique experience.

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