Boom Overture

The Boom Overture is a proposed supersonic transport that is under the development of the United States startup company Boom Technology. The aircraft is designed with a delta wing configuration, and composite materials are used for its construction. As a supersonic transport aircraft, the Overture is to have the capability of reaching Mach 2.2 speeds, or 2,300 kilometers per hour. This is to be made possible by its engine configuration, which would include three medium bypass turbofans without afterburners. Each of these engines would produce 15,000 to 20,000 pound-force, and with its fuel capacity, the Overture would be capable of travelling upwards of 4,500 nautical miles. 

With its performance capabilities, Boom Technology touts that the Overture would be able to complete 500 daily routes, and with its speed, a trip from New York City to London could be completed in around 3 hours and 15 minutes. Currently, the Overture is moving towards development and certification, and Boom Technology states that the introduction of the aircraft would be within the timeframe of 2025 to 2027. Across its various proposed configurations, the passenger capacity of the Overture is set to be 55, and this can be a mixture of business and first class seating, or only business seating.

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