10.07.20

XB-1 Supersonic Rollout
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Overture: the world's fastest airliner

Japan Airlines and Virgin Group are future Overture operators, with 30 aircraft on pre-order.
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The times are changing

Goodbye jetlag. Commute to work across the ocean or take a day-trip to see the world.

No more painful, three-day trips to make a single meeting. Leave from San-Francisco a whole day later and still make your morning meeting in Tokyo. With supersonic travel, no destination will feel out of reach.

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
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