8 Jun 2017

Supersonic Passenger Jets to Make Comeback in 2020’s.

Boom Supersonics Jet

Since Concorde was removed from service a few years ago, there haven’t been any commercial supersonic flights. Boom Supersonics are working hard to change this, with the first privately-developed supersonic passenger jets due to come online in the 2020’s.

The jets are planned to carry 45-55 passengers at ‘business class’ fares, as well as some freight, and 25 orders have already been placed, 10 by Richard Branson of Virgin. “Supersonic travel for both, cargo and humans, will result in many exciting and efficient benefits,” said Branson in his YouTube message to Boom.

The jets are planned to cruise at an altitude of 60,000 feet, similar to concord, but unlike concord the planes will largely be composed of carbon composites, making them lighter and greener in flight. Also unlike concord, Boom intend that their jets will bring supersonic flight to the masses, rather than just the very rich.


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