A new alliance of government, aerospace and manufacturing organizations is promoting creation of a commercially operated civilian supersonic corridor to allow developers of supersonic transports to flight-test their aircraft over land. The corridor would allow increased test efficiency and safety, Supersonic Flight Alliance (SSFA) said. A subsidiary of Seattle-based engineering, testing and certification specialist AeroTEC, the SSFA is proposing the creation of a 300-mi.-long supersonic ...

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