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Supersonic Passenger Aircraft

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

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 entries 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.

Picture of the Aerion AS2 / SBJ (Supersonic Business Jet)
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Aerion AS2 / SBJ (Supersonic Business Jet)
Supersonic Business Passenger Jet
Picture of the Aerospatiale / BAC Concorde
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Aerospatiale / BAC Concorde
Supersonic Passenger Jet Airliner
Picture of the Boeing Model 2707 (SST)
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Boeing Model 2707 (SST)
SuperSonic Transport Airliner Proposal
Picture of the Boom Supersonic Overture
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Boom Supersonic Overture
Supersonic Transport Passenger Airliner
Picture of the Hermeus Mach 5
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Hermeus Mach 5
Supersonic Business Jet Project
Picture of the Spike S-512 QSJ (Quiet Supersonic Jet)
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Spike S-512 QSJ (Quiet Supersonic Jet)
Supersonic Passenger Aircraft
Picture of the Tupolev Tu-144 (Charger)
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Tupolev Tu-144 (Charger)
Supersonic Passenger Transport
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