Overture will draw on technologies that will be tested on the XB-1, a one-third demonstrator planned to fly this year.
Boom Supersonic

A NEW supersonic airliner that will be developed by the start-up company Boom Supersonic will be called Overture.

The Denver, Colorado-based firm disclosed earlier this year it has secured a further $100 million from investors to advance the development of its Mach 2.2-capable design, which it describes as “the world’s first economically viable supersonic airliner”.

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