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  • BA's last ever Concorde to fly joins Aerospace Bristol museum

    The last Concorde ever to fly has joined Bristol’s future aerospace museum at Filton, in the west of England. It’s a location full of historical significance - the ten British models of the supersonic were assembled here. Watch the video without comment. Read the article.
     

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  • XB-1 – supersonic Baby Boom

    A supersonic jet flying at over 2,300 km/h with 45 passengers aboard is the project of American startup Boom. The XB-1, as it’s been named, could begin flying in 2023. A reduced-size model, dubbed ‘Baby Boom’, should be ready for take off by late 2017.
     

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  • Boeing 2707: the American Supersonic that Never Flew

    In the sixties Boeing designed a supersonic commercial aircraft that could carry 277 passengers at 1,800 mph. A life-size mock up had even been built but everything came to an abrupt halt in 1971.
     

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  • Supersonic jet race continues

    NASA has just awarded twenty million dollars to Lockheed Martin for the development of a greener, and quieter, supersonic airliner than Concorde, to be added to the many other projects already underway.
     

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  • Russian Air Force’s Tupolev Tu-22M

    The Russian Air Force Tupolev Tu-22M, also known as backfire, in service for over 40 years, has been used in Syria since 17 November. We take a look at this Russian supersonic strategic bomber, featuring impressive air intakes.
     

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  • Concorde: 40 years since first commercial flights

    40 years ago to the day, on 21 January 1976, Concorde took its first passengers, to Rio de Janeiro and Bahrain. It was the beginning of a supersonic story that would last 27 years. A chapter in commercial aviation, which we decided to review in images without commentary. Read the article. Watch the video.
     

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  • AS2 supersonic business jet gains speed

    Since our last report, 18 months ago, the American company Aerion project has accelerated. Dubbed, the AS2, their future supersonic business jet is taking shape.
     

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  • Windowless business jets soon ?

    How would you like to travel by ‘plane whilst travelling elsewhere? This is the idea launched by Technicon Design. Their project called Ixion, is a windowless business jet of which the cabin walls are covered with screens. Here’s how…
     

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  • Concorde "2"

    Concorde "2"
     

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