Collaborative effort between Boeing and Aerion aims to return the glamour and luxury of supersonic jet travel to the 21st century.
Aerion is working with Lockheed Martin and GE Aviation to develop the world’s first supersonic business jet, imbuing new aerodynamics, new engines, and the capabilities of the largest producer of supersonic aircraft.
With 76 deposits for its US$200 million 55-seat supersonic jetliners, Boom is about to launch us into the age of supersonic travel promised by Concorde
Concorde may be gone but the dream of supersonic flight is alive and well, as seen in the reveal last week of a prototype of a new supersonic commercial jet.
The US Patent and Trademark Office recently approved an application from Airbus for the new jet, which will travel at 4.5 times the speed of sound.
Take a look at what the future of luxury air travel may look like, with renderings of the supersonic jet S-512 by Spike Aerospace.