The fastest and most sustainable supersonic airliner
A dramatically more accessible world begins with Overture. Flights twice as fast enable us to experience more people, places, and cultures.
Introducing the Overture Superfactory
Breaking ground later this year, the Overture Superfactory at the Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro, North Carolina will draw on the strong regional aviation workforce and close proximity to the Atlantic Ocean to assemble, build, and flight test Overture aircraft.
The 65-acre location will house the final assembly line, testing facility, and customer delivery center.
The first Overture aircraft to roll off the Superfactory is planned for 2025. Subsonic test flights at the Piedmont Triad International Airport to follow in 2026.
The Overture Superfactory will employ more than 2,400 workers, bringing an estimated $32.3 billion in economic impact to North Carolina over the next 20 years.
Overture is the first airliner in a new era of enduring supersonic flight. We’re building on Concorde’s legacy through faster, more efficient, and sustainable technology.
Explore more of the world’s places, people, and cultures across 500+ transoceanic routes.
Overture will offer an unparalleled combination of tranquility, comfort, and productivity from takeoff to landing.
See the darkness of space above and the curvature of the earth below, cruising at 60,000 feet.
Enjoy large, personal windows and direct aisle access in an environment curated for comfort.
Arrive in half the time for reduced jet lag and more time where it matters.
Our Overture partners
United becomes first U.S. airline to sign aircraft purchase agreement with Boom Supersonic.
Strategy Director for Rolls-Royce’s Civil Aerospace division shares more about the company’s sustainable propulsion.
Chairman Yoshiharu Ueki of Japan Airlines highlights the airline’s partnership with Boom to advance Overture’s design and passenger experience.