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The year started well for Boom Supersonic, a Colorado-based firm that has been building its Overture supersonic airliner since 2014. Boom Supersonic (Denver, Colo., U.S.) has announced that it has partnered with JPA Design (London, U.K.), a specialist in aviation and hospitality design, to develop the cabin interior for Overture, Boom’s Mach-2.2 supersonic commercial airliner. Bombardier exits commercial aviation, government probe of the 787, UTC hybrid-electric regional plane, 14-year-old flew a glider cross country solo, PPG at the Paris Air Show. Boom Supersonic, working to make that vision a reality, announced at the Paris Air Show this week that it is ready to launch the flight test phase of its Overture XB-1 sub-scale demonstrator.
Ever. The Boom Overture is designed to seat 55 passengers and fly 4,500 nautical miles at a cruising speed ...[+] of Mach 2.2. However, its competitor, Aerion [See Box, Return of supersonic flight?] Boom Supersonic’s facility for the Overture Mach-2.2 supersonic aircraft. Features: Carbon fiber material Wire loop Personal detail area on obverse Boom’s eventual production jetliner, the Overture, is intended to fly at Mach 2.2, and is a delta-wing like the Concorde. As Boom’s Mach-2.2 commercial airliner, Overture will be history’s fastest and most efficient civil aircraft. Features: Single wall ceramic mug Matte black exterior 12-ounce capacity Building on Concorde’s legacy as one of aviation’s greatest breakthroughs, Boom is focused on delivering an aircraft that surpasses expectations for today’s traveler. The start-up building the fastest commercial airplane. The company says it is now aiming to conclude the preliminary design stage in June 2020. With the later being retired back in 2003 it seems that the field is open for the new prodigal son to take center stage. Reimagining the Passenger Experience with JPA Design Spacious seats, personal windows, and a 60,000-foot view of the stratosphere are just some elements of Boom’s supersonic travel experience. announced in October last year that it would be using the General Electric Affinity engine. Photo: Boom Supersonic The Boom Overture has been dubbed Concorde 2.0. Overture is a commercial supersonic aircraft being developed by Boom Technology, an aviation start-up company based in Colorado, US. The Overture interior (Image: Boom Supersonic) The Aerion AS2. While Boom has selected and tested the engine for the XB-1, the General Electric J85-15, the engine for Overture is yet to be selected. After being incubated by Y Combinator in 2016, it raised $51 million of venture capital in 2017, and a further $100 million by … Overture, Boom’s supersonic commercial airliner currently in development, is the product of that vision.