Where Concorde left off, Boom takes up the mantle
You might have missed flying across the Atlantic on the Concorde a couple of decades back. That was the sleek British Airways supersonic jet that could take 100 passengers from London to New York City in luxury by streaking through the ultra-smooth air like a whisper at 60,000 feet above sea level--at double the speed of sound. Well, don’t lose hope.  The seed of supersonic trans-ocean passenger flight has spouted again. This time in Colorado.

Boom Technology, Inc., or just “Boom,” is raisin...

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