Russian Government Funds Low-Boom Supersonic Development

TsAGI’s supersonic business jet concept features airframe shaping and inlet and nozzle shielding for reduced boom and airport noise.
Credit: TsAGI
A project to develop technologies for a supersonic passenger aircraft has been competitively selected for funding by the Russian government. The project, led by the TsAGI aerohydrodynamic research institute, is expected to include a low-boom flight demonstrator. The Supersonic project is one of 10...

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