Aerion aims for improvements in aerodynamics and cabin comfort
Aerion Corp. is seeking potential partners to build its proposed supersonic business jet and deliver the airplane to the market by 2011. "We are keeping to an aggressive timeline moving toward routine supersonic business jet travel," said Brian E. Barents, vice chairman of the Reno, Nev.-based advanced engineering group. He says Aerion has resolved major issues surrounding the technical feasibility of an SSBJ, and "we are now able to present . . . a design that is well-researched and ...
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