G-FORCE ONE is a modified Boeing 727-200. An upgrade to G-FORCE ONE’s hydraulic system allows for continuous hydraulic pressure during parabolic performance. The modification, along with the addition of accelerometers in the cockpit, were tested and approved by the FAA. No structural modifications were made to the aircraft’s interior or exterior.
The interior of G-FORCE ONE has been altered to allow for maximum floating space. 38 seats are located in the rear of the plane. In front of the seats, three Floating Zones are divided by gold, silver and blue tape. Closest to the seats is the silver section. Directly after the silver section is the blue section, followed by the gold section. The Floating Zone is padded from floor to ceiling with one rope running down each side of the plane.
To board G-FORCE ONE, stairs open from the rear underbelly of the aircraft.