ëblooní can reach an altitude of 36 kilometres and fly for around two hours at a height that is twice that of Concorde's cruising altitude
But wait - there is something more unique and innovating that can take you twice as high as Concorde from Paris to Rome.
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An artist's impression of passengers inside a pod on their journey to near-space
The ëblooní is the brainchild of Spanish entrepreneur Jose Mariano Lopez-Urdiales, boss of Barcelona-based Zero2Infinity. Space tourists will journey to earth's outer limits in a capsule that can hold six people - four passenger and two pilots.
For journey back to earth, the pod separates from the balloon, attached to a para-foil, which allows the passengers to experience zero gravity for around two minutes - Guided descent to a landing area takes around 40 minute
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Read more about it at: Mail Online