The world’s fastest airliner — optimized for speed, safety, and sustainability.
Faster over water
Faster over land
Optimized for net zero carbon
Nose to tail
MAX Range (4888 mi/7867 km)
Powered by Symphony™
The Boom-developed engine for Overture.
Overture Systems Configuration
Key systems inside Overture—all designed and developed for optimal performance, efficiency, and safety.
All-composite aerostructures, supporting contoured fuselage and gull wings for enhanced aerodynamic efficiency.
Landing Gear System
Designed to support takeoff and landing operations; compatible with airport runways and taxiways throughout the world.
Flight Controls & Hydraulics
Flight controls feature active sidestick controls and three primary flight control computers, plus a fourth reversionary computer for additional safety. Triple redundant hydraulic systems provide reliable power for flight controls and mechanical systems.
Water & Waste
Provides cabin comforts for modern facilities.
Overture’s fuel systems provide center of gravity control during subsonic and supersonic operations, enable SAF compatibility, and supply fuel to the engines.
Environmental Control System
Bleedless, all-electric environmental control system uses multiple packs to provide passenger comfort and cabin pressurization.
Avionics & Electrical Systems
Advanced touch-screen flight deck features an Extended Vision System for takeoff and landing visibility. Time-Triggered Ethernet backbone connects cockpit and aircraft systems.
Leverage certified technologies, reducing program risk, and maturing Overture through aircraft systems development.
An Elevated Passenger Experience
Boom is combining rigorous passenger research with iterative design development to deliver an onboard experience that maximizes value to our airlines and is beloved by their passengers.
Building a Global Supersonic Future
A global team of industry leaders is supporting Boom’s mission to make the world dramatically more accessible.
Boom has selected Latecoere to develop the complete electrical wiring interconnect system (EWIS) architecture of Overture and Symphony.
Boom has selected Aernnova as Overture’s wing supplier.
Boom has selected Leonardo as primary engineering lead for fuselage structural components integration, design and build partner for fuselage sections.
Boom has selected Aciturri as Overture’s empennage supplier.
Boom and Safran Landing Systems are working to further develop Overture’s landing gear design, operation, and integrated systems and controls as the teams progress toward a final design for the Overture landing system.
Boom’s work with Eaton includes collaborations on hydraulic system analysis and design as well as fuel and inerting systems.
Collins and Boom’s collaboration on Overture systems has included Ice Protection and Air Data Systems.
Florida Turbine Technologies (FTT)
FTT is leading engine design and assembly of Symphony initial production units for ground test, flight test, and certification.
GE Additive is providing additive technology design consulting for Symphony.
StandardAero is Symphony’s MRO partner, ensuring the propulsion system is designed for maintainability.
Construction Underway on Overture Facilities
The Overture Superfactory, the final assembly line for Overture flight tests and customer delivery, is on pace for completion in 2024 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
The Iron Bird
The Iron Bird, the facility housing a full-scale iron bird used to test and integrate flight components and systems, software, and hardware-in-the-loop, is being built in Centennial, Colorado.
SAF Providers Secured for Overture Flight Test Program
Boom is partnering with Dimensional Energy and AIR COMPANY, who will provide up to 10 million gallons of SAF per year for Overture’s net zero carbon flight test program.
Large and Growing Demand for Supersonic Travel
Demand for supersonic travel is at an all-time high.
High-speed Government Transport
Boom’s market-expanding relationship with Northrop Grumman is focused on defense variants of Overture.