WASHINGTON—Boom’s Overture supersonic airliner will be as quiet on takeoff and landing as subsonic aircraft flying similar routes today, the startup says, providing more insight into its efforts to reconcile the high-speed and low-speed requirements for its Mach 2.2 commercial aircraft. “We are comparing ourselves with the fleet of subsonic aircraft that will be in service at the time the Overture enters service,” Boom CEO and founder Blake Scholl said.   ...

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