Meet XB-1

Boom's Supersonic Demonstrator
Our Journey to Supersonic Flight

XB-1's build is nearing completion.

Our goal? Prove key technologies for safe, efficient and sustainable supersonic travel.
XB-1 Build

XB-1 Build

Check out the latest updates from the Boom hangar as XB-1 nears completion.
See XB-1 Build Progress
XB-1 Model

XB-1 3D Model

Get interactive with our 3D XB-1 experience. Explore airplane components and materials that come together to create XB-1.
Explore XB-1

Faster travel brings the worlds people, cultures, and experiences within reach. Life happens in person, and at Boom we see breaking the time barrier as a moral imperative. XB-1 is the first step in bringing supersonic travel back to the world.

-- Blake Scholl, Founder and CEO
With a spectacular Colorado sunrise as their backdrop, Boom team members started the first phase in the bonding of XB-1's cockpit and nose landing gear into the fuselage skin: sanding with a grit blast. Work then moved into the hangar as bonding got underway.
From the balcony overlooking Boom's hangar floor, you can identify XB-1's nose, cockpit, main landing gear bay structure, wings & tooling for its nearly 50-foot forward fuselage.
XB-1 will be equipped with a forward-looking visual system to give our pilots maximum visibility from the cockpit. A center screen on the instrument panel displays real-time footage from cameras attached to the nose and landing gear.
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