Boom Supersonic

Boom Supersonic is the first commercial aviation company founded since the 1920s. They are redefining commercial flight by bringing supersonic travel back to the skies with Overture. Overture will fly at twice the speed of today’s airliners and is designed to run on 100% sustainable aviation fuel thanks to the development of their own proprietary propulsion system dubbed Symphony. The company is breaking ground on its Overture Superfactory in Greensboro, NC in late January. They will begin production in 2024 with the first plane rolling out in 2026. Boom has already received non-refundable deposits for 35 aircraft from American and United Airlines, and 90 preorders from Japan Airlines, United, and American. In addition, Boom is working with Northrop Grumman for government and defense applications of Overture and has two contracts from the US Air Force


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