From: Zero Gravity Corporation
Posted: Wednesday, October 9, 2002
FAA approval granted for Commercial Weightless Flights using a modified Boeing 727 aircraft. ZERO-G to serve Entertainment, Research and Education markets.
WHEN: Monday October 14, 2002 at 2:00 PM (Central Time)
WHERE: World Space Congress 2002-Houston, TX
Press Briefing Room- George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida de las Americas, Houston, TX
WHAT: Press Conference to introduce ZERO-G and the upcoming markets for U.S. commercial parabolic flights
Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO-GŪ) has successfully completed its FAA test flights demonstrating a specially modified Boeing 727-200 for parabolic flights. ZERO-G has also received clearance from the FAA to operate parabolic flights under Part-121 within the United States. The Company will begin operations in early 2003.
Parabolic flight is the only way to create sustained weightlessness without going into space. For years, NASA has used its KC-135 aircraft to train astronauts and prepare experiments for spaceflight. Led by a world-class team of experienced professionals, ZERO-G will soon provide this incredible experience on a commercial basis to the entertainment, education, scientific, and research communities.
WHO: Principals of Zero Gravity Corporation (ZERO GŪ)
Information, Photos and Video are available by contacting Diane Murphy (firstname.lastname@example.org); tel: 626-429-0709 (cell) or 202-662-1280 (office)
For more information, visit: www.zerogcorp.com Ian Murphy
Federal City Communications Corp.
Suite 975 National Press Building
529 14th Street N.W.
Washington D.C. 20045
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