US startup’s supersonic jet to cut transatlantic flying time in half


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US startup Boom Supersonic has partnered with Kratos Defense & Security Solutions to develop an engine for its aircraft. Boom is trying to bring back Concorde-style supersonic flights with its “Overture” aircraft, which aims to cut transatlantic flying time in half while carrying 65-88 passengers. Boom expects to roll out its first “Overture” jet in 2026 after a year’s delay.

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