Need Help


#1

I am trying to find the flight path of a plane (non-commercial) I was on on September 10. The flight left from LGA at about 6:10pm and returned to the same airport two hours later. I was part of an educator group on a zero-g flight. The plane made a series of 15 parabolas climbing from 24,000-32,000 feet. during these maneuvers, we experienced gravity’s force change from 1.8G to zero-G.

The plane’s name is G-Force One (I don’t think that helps). It is a Boeing 727-200 I believe. It is operated by a company called Zero-G.

If someone knows how I can access information with this limited data, I would greatly appreciate it. I would like to get a pic of the flight path if possible as well as any flight data.

Thanks!!

Tony


#2

flightaware.com/live/flight/AJT212

Unfortunately we received an early cancellation for that flight, probably right about the time they started the parabolas.