I am investigating the option of booking a zero gravity flight with a commercial airline. But I am a nervous flyer.
Do any of the airlines offering this have a 0% accident / fatality record?
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A reduced gravity flight is just as a normal flight but doing some stuff at a high altitude, typically between 24,000 and 32,000 feet. The stuff they do is this:
Regarding the safety, FAA spokesman said:
Asked whether these parabolic flights will be as safe as normal commercial flights, [FAA spokesman], “If they operate within the parameters that we set out, yes, they will be safe.”
There have not been any accidents occurred for a commercial reduced gravity flight.