If the L39 Albatros fighter jet flight at The Hotel Metropole in Monte-Carlo failed to boosts your adrenaline rush, then make sure to book yourself for the fly to the border of outer space on the Edge of Space program.
There’s only one place in the whole world where it’s legal to carry out MiG-31 Foxhound flights with civilians on board: The SOKOL Airfield in the Russian city Nizhny Novgorod. Only there You can flights by Russian MiG-31 or MiG-29 military jets up into the stratosphere to an altitude of 65,000 feet (21-22 km). An opportunity of a lifetime is the best description for the Edge of Space Flight program.
Travelling at speeds up to Mach 2.35 (roughly one mile every two seconds) the flight lasts 40-45 minutes and is piloted by a certified Russian pilot. During the descent the pilot will perform some aerobatic manoeuvres and will allow the passenger to fly the supersonic aircraft under their professional eye and with the help of dual-control.
For $25,000, You can confirm that the Earth really is a sphere. The package includes the flight, luxury accommodation and transfers.