SUPERSONIC IS HERE

XB-1 Supersonic Rollout

THE SUPERSONIC FUTURE

Overture: the world's fastest airliner

Madrid
Boston
3:30h
Instead of 7:30h
Singapore
Dubai
4h
Instead of 7h
Los Angeles
Seoul
6:45h
Instead of 12:45h
Tokyo
Seattle
4:30h
Instead of 8:30h
Paris
Montreal
3:45h
Instead of 7:15h
Los Angeles
Sydney
8:30h
Instead of 14:30h

DESTINATIONS

Twice as fast. Twice as far.

Explore more of the world’s places, people, and cultures across 500+ transoceanic routes.

COLLABORATION

Building the supersonic future

We’re committed to making sustainable, supersonic flight the standard.

COMMERCIAL FLIGHT

Japan Airlines and Boom

Airline partners are invested in Overture and building a dramatically more accessible world.

MILITARY

Faster travel for United States government

We’re exploring an Overture configuration with the U.S. Air Force for high-speed transportation.

ENGINE COLLABORATION

Power by Rolls-Royce. Zero-carbon impact.

Overture will be the fastest and most sustainable airliner, thanks in part to our engine program.

“We’re committed to a net zero carbon future for all of our products, both existing and future. Supersonic travel and the technologies associated with it are part of that value proposition.”

--Simon Carlisle, Rolls-Royce Strategy Director for Civil Aerospace

Stories

Speed, safety, sustainability: our three core principles

Founder & CEO Blake Scholl breaks down the principles of Boom’s supersonic future. Read more

Tomorrow’s air travel is supersonic and sustainable

Innovation holds the key to building a supersonic and sustainable future. Read more

What is a demonstrator aircraft and why build one?

XB-1 is a critical step towards mainstream supersonic travel. What does that mean? Read more

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