ZERO-G Aircraft Visits Museum June 27

Saturday, June 27, 2009

SEATTLE, June 26, 2009--The Zero Gravity Corp. uses a modified Boeing 727-200 to fly parabolic arcs to create a weightless cabin environment that allows passengers to float, flip and soar as if in space. The aircraft, "G-Force One," has been chartered by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center for a private benefit event at The Museum of Flight on June 27. The ZERO-G airplane will be on view in the Museum's parking lot from noon until 2 p.m., when the aircraft departs with special guests for a two-hour flight. The airplane will return to the Museum to off-load the passengers before being moved to Clay Lacey Aviation on Boeing Field.