You do not get really any noticable g forces or airtime. The experience that you get on the double seats is generally fun, and you feel like that you are flying. But when you are on the single seats, there is genuine fear that you will hit the painted city blocks, the operators building, or the Helter Skelter Cafe!
The seats are plastic of a lap bar with an seat belt to keep you in place. There are no uncomfortable areas of the ride yet as of August 2020. It could become more uncomfortable as the ride ages.
Volare is supposed to be an experience where you are flying around the City Of Sydney, and it does that in the best way it can. Including some crashing into some buildings.
There has been no visible damage that I have seen as of August 2020.
With 64 seats on the ride. Even if you are at the back of the queue on an busy day. You will get past the queue in less than 7 minutes!