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British billionaire Sir Richard Branson holds a scale model of a spacecraft following a news conference in central London, September 27, 2004. Branson announced that Virgin Group would begin offering space flights in 2007 for groups of up to five passenge
LONDON (Reuters) - Richard Branson, Britain's best-known entrepreneur and part-time daredevil, plans to launch the world's first passenger service to space in 2007, offering zero-gravity flights for $198,600.
Branson, whose Virgin empire stretches from planes and trains to vodka, music and personal finance, is teaming up with Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen to build five, fish-shaped capsules for the two-to-three hour flights.