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Supersonic Passenger Aircraft

The age of Supersonic Passenger Travel came and went - and appears to be making a come back today.

Supersonic Passenger Aircraft

The age of Supersonic Passenger Travel came and went - and appears to be making a come back today.

OVERVIEW



Supersonic passenger travel was finally realized with the introduction of the BAC/Aerospatiale Concorde, joined a short time late by the Soviet Tupolev Tu-144. The United States attempted, but failed to join tis elite circle as the Boeing 2707 project went nowhere. Today, there is renewed interest in supersonic passenger flight with all-new designs emerging from several prominent and some lesser-known players.

There are a total of 7 Supersonic Passenger Aircraft in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order (1-to-Z). Flag images indicative of country of origin and not necessarily the primary operator. Conceptual and prototype aircraft are also included in this listing.






Aerion AS2 / SBJ (Supersonic Business Jet)
Supersonic Business Passenger Jet
Picture of the Aerion AS2 / SBJ (Supersonic Business Jet)
001
National Flag Graphic
2021
Aerospatiale / BAC Concorde
Supersonic Passenger Jet Airliner
Picture of the Aerospatiale / BAC Concorde
002
National Flag Graphic
1969
Boeing Model 2707 (SST)
SuperSonic Transport Airliner Proposal
Picture of the Boeing Model 2707 (SST)
003
National Flag Graphic
1971
Boom Technology SST (XB-1)
Supersonic Transport Passenger Airliner
Picture of the Boom Technology SST (XB-1)
004
National Flag Graphic
2025
Hermeus Mach 5
Supersonic Business Jet Project
Picture of the Hermeus Mach 5
005
National Flag Graphic
2029
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Spike S-512 QSJ (Quiet Supersonic Jet)
Supersonic Passenger Aircraft
Picture of the Spike S-512 QSJ (Quiet Supersonic Jet)
006
National Flag Graphic
2023
Tupolev Tu-144 (Charger)
Supersonic Passenger Transport
Picture of the Tupolev Tu-144 (Charger)
007
National Flag Graphic
1975


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