Boom Airliner and Business Jet Make More Than Sound Waves

Virgin Group and Japan Airlines are among those committed to the $200 million, 45-/55-seat, Mach 2.2 airliner, the former company additionally a possibility for building up to 60 per year in a new plant in California. The one-third-scale, proof-of-concept XB-1 “Baby Boom” is now two years late but...

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