Starting-up Supersonic Boom Today, he works on a prototype plane for passengers, breaking the sound barrier and London-New York travelers would only have 3.5 hours, now in the middle.
If its 55 seats are accepted, first travelers will travel to supersonic speeds all over the world in 2023.
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"This new investment allows us to open up, the world's first economically viable supersonic aircraft"said Blake Scholl, founder of Boom, according to a company statement.
Fees The opening will be similar to the executive class, expanding millions of traveling horizons.
"After all, Our goal is to make high-speed, affordable flights for all, "added Scholle.
"55 seats and seats costs– It is similar to the subsonic business, supersonic flight is practical for hundreds of transocean routes, What is the new rule? For those who travel to a business class, "said the company.
Boom today assembles XB-1 scale scale for its Mach-2.2 passenger prototype scale. XB-1 Bill & # 39; Doc & # 39; Shoemaker will guide and fly this year.
Future customers are Virgin Group and Japan Airlines There were previously 30 aircraft.
Boom is "at least 30 times calmer" for three-wheeled aircraft than the Concorde.
On landing and removal, the company says "The opening will be as silent as the subsonic aircraft Today, similar routes fly. "
Scholle has previously said that it believes that 2,000 Boom Supersonic airplanes could be used in 500 routes worldwide and link hundreds of cities.
He talked to Farnborough Airshow, said Scholle Independent: "We are focused on accelerating the long transoceanic trips".