Virgin Galactic's space ride costs Rs. 3.7 crore


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Virgin Galactic successfully completed its final suborbital test flight, called Unity 25, on Thursday. With this "fantastic achievement," the California-based space tourism company is now looking to open up commercial space services for the public soon. Virgin Galactic's first commercial flight, which the company aims to fly in June, is booked by the Italian Air Force for research purposes. Currently, the company charges $450,000 per seat (roughly Rs. 3.7 crore).