The Telegraph reports the flight cost the couple "more than £10,000", or US$16,300. In advance of all of the coverage Zero G is getting, they set up a section of their website for inquiries. If you, dear reader, decide to have your wedding on Zero G, surely you'll remember to send an invitation to us?
For a bit on the history of Zero G, check out Flight's coverage here and here.
As airlines constantly try to out-rival each other in passenger comfort, we never thought we would say they reached the bottom. But jetBlue and AirTran have, or at least in the wrong--but hilarious--category.
In "How to Make Yourself at Home on a Bi-Coastal Flight", Kevin Nalts unfurled a yoga mat in the aisle, washed his socks in the lavatory sink and then hung them on a clothesline across the galley, and went beyond the wildest faux pas you could imagine.
Similarly, Mark Malkoff earlier this month embarked on a 30-day quest with AirTran to supposedly rid himself of his "fear of flying". (But the Colbert Report staffer undertook a similar project last January living in Ikea, and AirTran is using the occasion to promote its plan to equip its entire fleet with Gogo wifi by the end of the summer, as Brett Snyder reports.) In this episode, Mark asks passengers how he smells.
The 100th Paris Air Show is underway and when dodging the rain, Flightglobal's crack team of journalists are buzzing away to bring you the latest news, images and video from the event.
For all the news from the show go to our special Paris Air Show page or for the Twitterers among you follow our Tweets at #parisairshow.
We already have two Paris galleries set up, one showcasing the
significant history of the show in our archive gallery and the other showing over 170 images from 2007's show.
Excitingly, for those attending the show, this year for the first time we are
also giving you the chance to get your Paris pictures into Flight
International magazine. For the chance to get your Paris images
profiled, simply upload them to this gallery (click on the upload
button on the bottom right of this page) and we will choose the best
images for the 30th June issue of the magazine. (closing date is the 22nd June, the Judges' decision is final).
Fliight's most recent look at hovercraft was in May 1995 when editor Allan Winn took an indepth look at the operations of Hoverspeed which used the mighty SR-N4 with its four Marine Proteus jet engines to ply the English Channel.
"It was suggested by various Whitehall departments and the manufacturers that one of the pioneer British operators should investigate the possibility of operating the latest machines as a public service at Expo. Chaps in sponge-bag trousers said all the usual things like 'Make it as spectacular as you can without actually asking us for money.'"
A British Army Elbit Systems Hermes 450 unmanned air vehicle had a near miss with a Boeing CH-47 Chinook while on operations in Afghanistan, Flight can reveal. About half way through the 37s video the Chinook comes into view and grows larger in the left hand side of the frame