A new supersonic plane called Overture, owned by Boom Supersonic, can fly between London and New York in 3 hours.
The Boom Supersonic company has recently unveiled a new plane that is a super-fast plane that can revolutionize air travel in terms of time. As said, this plane will cut the travel time over the Atlantic Ocean in half.
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Overture’s new ultrasonic aircraft
The new supersonic boom plane called Autor can carry between 65 and 80 business class passengers at twice the speed of today’s planes. The company says Overture can fly from New York to London in just 3.5 hours, and from Los Angeles to Sydney in eight hours.
On the other hand, Boom Supersonic claims that the new plane flies with completely stable fuel and moves at a speed of Mach 1.7 on water and a little less than Mach 1 on land. Mach number is the ratio of the speed of an object in a fluid to the speed of sound in the same fluid.
Cathy Savitt, president and chief commercial officer of Soprosnic, said in an interview with Reuters at the Farnborough Air Show.
Because of some ideas about Concorde, while it had a beautiful design and was extremely fast, but it was not suitable from the environmental and economic point of view, the idea of making this plane was presented to us.
He added: “From the first day, we came to the conclusion that the three main design principles are speed, safety, and most importantly, sustainability.” What he means by sustainability is that the Overture can fly carbon neutral and reduce the noise level that the Concorde created.
This new aircraft also has the world’s first automatic noise reduction system, which enables it to fly without afterburner to bring a quieter experience for passengers and airports.
The company plans to make the first flight of this plane in 2026. Currently, the certificate of this new aircraft has not yet been issued, and as a result, the first commercial flight of this product is planned to be somewhere at the end of the current decade, i.e. 2029.
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