Aviation, Travel and Tourism

Supersonic jets are making a comeback

Supersonic air travel is making a comeback with a reduced cost. Image: REUTERS

Alex Gray

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Mach speed explained Image: NASA
The original concorde Image: REUTERS/Lee Besford
A model of Boom's jet Image: Boom Technology
Image: Boom Technology
Illustration of NASA’s planned Low Boom Flight Demonstration aircraft Image: NASA / Lockheed Martin
A rendering of the Aerion supersonic jet Image: Aerion
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