Making the World Dramatically More Accessible
When we fly twice as fast, cities rarely visited become major travel destinations. We can attend meetings in far-off places and return for evenings with loved ones. Global leaders can solve crises in-person and children grow up in a world where nothing is foreign.
“We believe in a world where more people can go to more places more often. Sustainable supersonic travel unlocks new possibilities for business relationships, prospects for vacation, and opportunities for human connection.”
FOUNDER & CEO, BOOM SUPERSONIC
Honeywell selected for Overture integrated flight deck and avionics
Latecoere selected as Overture and Symphony EWIS supplier
XB-1 Advances Flight Preparations
Overture adds key tier-one structure suppliers
Overture systems configuration revealed
Boom begins construction on the Overture Superfactory, a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located on a 62-acre campus in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Boom Supersonic announces the Symphony™ engine, a Boom-led collaboration, designed and optimized to power Overture.
American Airlines and Boom Supersonic announced the airline’s agreement to purchase up to 20 Overture aircraft, with an option for an additional 40.
Overture’s design is revealed, and milestone partnerships are announced at Farnborough International Airshow
Boom announces The Iron Bird—Overture’s innovative testing center in Centennial, Colorado
Boom announces the Overture Superfactory at the Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro, North Carolina
Awarded STRATFI contract by the U.S. Air Force; strategic partnership is valued at up to $60 million
United becomes first U.S. airline to sign aircraft purchase agreement with Boom Supersonic
$110 million in Series C funding closes, bringing total funding to $270 million
Collins Aerospace partnership announcement
Rollout of XB-1, the supersonic demonstrator, in Denver, CO
Agreement to explore government executive flight with the U.S. Air Force
Rolls-Royce propulsion system collaboration announcement
$100 million in Series B funding closes
Boom begins building XB-1, “demonstrator” aircraft to inform Overture design
$33 million in Series A funding closes
Japan Airlines partnership announcement
Design of XB-1, the Overture demonstrator, kicks off
Opens first headquarters in Denver, CO
Development of supersonic airliner Overture begins
Blake Scholl founds Boom in his Denver basement
Defense Advisory Group
The Defense Advisory Group brings together top military and defense experts to guide our significant defense market opportunities, including the development of Overture variants to serve national security missions.
Life at Supersonic
We’re driven to bring faster, more sustainable, and affordable travel to you.
Feb 10, 2023
On this International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we’re looking at what inspired the women of Boom.
Aug 15, 2022
For many, a love for planes begins early on in life. Learn what that spark was for six employees across departments.
Apr 12, 2022
No matter their role, team members are united in the goal of making cross-cultural connections more accessible