The times are changing

Mach 2.2 speeds with business-class fares and profitability—a game-changer for airlines and passengers.

Making supersonic flight the new standard

With 55 seats and seat-mile costs similar to subsonic business class, supersonic flight is practical on hundreds of transoceanic routes—making it the new norm for anyone who flies business class.
Supersonic flight has existed for over 50 years, but the technology to make it efficient and mainstream has only recently been accepted by regulators. We’re combining materials and technologies proven on other passenger aircraft into a breakthrough new design, giving passengers and airlines a revolutionary speedup.
Area-ruled carbon fiber composite fuselage
Large personal windows
55 premium seats
Quiet, efficient turbofan engines
Plane overview

Making the world more accessible

Reimagining the passenger experience

All-business-class interior designed for comfort, privacy, and productivity.
Personal under-seat storage lockers replace overhead bins, allowing more headroom and easy access to luggage.
Window or aisle? No need to choose—each seat has a large, personal window and direct aisle access.

Technical specifications

Chine, refined ogival delta wing with swept trailing edge
Balanced Field Length
10,000 ft (3,048 m)
3x non-afterburning,
medium-bypass turbofan; proprietary variable geometry intake and exhaust
Long-Range Cruise
Mach 2.2
(1,451 mph, 2,335 km/h)
Maximum Design Route
9,000nm (4,500nm unrefueled)
Passengers: 55 standard
Crew: 2 pilots, up to 4 cabin crew
Lavatories: 2

The future is supersonic

When you can get anywhere in half the time, where will you go?
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