They are waiting for you! Ready to join our zero-g flight?
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A unique opportunity to talk to a real cosmonaut while staying home!
Visit Baikonur cosmodrome and watch the lift-off of the Soyuz MS-19 spacecraft.
Extreme expedition to the landing ite of Soyuz MS-17. Be the First to meet space heroes on the ground!
One of these days we have arranged a tour in Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Centre for a wonderful team made up of several families. Even the youngest tour participants were enthusiastic discovering the mysteries of space exploration and spaceflight preparation trainings.
This year we celebrate a 60-years Anniversary of the first ever spaceflight in the history of humanity. On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin went to space from Baikonur launchsite, performed one orbit around the Earth and returned safely.
Are you dreaming of the unbelievable experience and keen on extreme adventures? Or you’ve probably been dreaming of space from early childhood? Our zero-gravity flight onboard unique Russian Ilyushin-76 MDK flying laboratory will enable you to float and fly like a cosmonaut under conditions of real weightlessness.
After a long lockdown we all crave new adventures and now when we are finally free it is necessary to take our best chances! We are glad to inform you that we have resumed jet trainer flights and just for the last week have performed nine flights.
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Touch the secrets of space, enrich your knowledge, learn a lot about the history of astronautics and modern space flights.
Flight on L-39 jet trainer will give a lot of new impressions even to the most demanding guest! We fly any day, just book your flight and come to the airfield.
Excellent weather is the best time to take your seat in the cockpit of the L-29 Delfin jet trainer and join our sky conquerors team!
The excursion to the RKK Energia Museum will be especially interesting for school students. Young guests will be able to learn about the past and the future of Russian cosmonautics, to see how cosmonauts live and work on orbit.