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Tokyo In 5 Hours? Another Airline Is Investing In Supersonic Jets…

When Michael J Fox promised hover boards, we assumed planes would be traveling somewhere near the speed of light by now. But things have gone the other way. Since 2003, there’s not been a single supersonic flight – and not all that much has changed in air travel. But Boom Aero is attempting to drastically […] The post Tokyo In 5 Hours? Another Airline Is Investing In Supersonic Jets… appeared first on God Save The Points.
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