Unable to source one from the main OEMs, Boom Supersonic is developing an engine for its Overture supersonic airliner on its own. Boom announced today that it has commissioned a 35.000 lbs-engine with a consortium that includes FTT, GE Additive, and StandardAero. And...
American Airlines has placed an order with Boom Supersonic for twenty Overture supersonic transport (SST) aircraft, with an option on another forty. The carrier has also paid a non-refundable deposit on the first twenty aircraft, the two companies announced on August...
FULLY UPDATED – Boom Supersonic has radically redesigned the Overture passenger aircraft. From the Concorde look-a-like that was unveiled in late 2016/early 2017, Overture has now changed the overall aerodynamic concept. The new design has been unveiled at a...
After a long search, start-up Boom Supersonic has selected Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro (North Carolina) as the manufacturing site of its Overture supersonic transport, it announced on January 26. Boom plans to start production of the first...
Japan wants to have a role in a Supersonic Transport. A consortium of leading aerospace companies and institutions wants to develop technology for an SST and have it available by 2030, it said on June 16. The initiative to get the Japanese aerospace industry behind an...
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