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DailyDirt: Supersonic Flights

Industries / Law : Techdirt

Remember the Concorde? It was the longest operating commercial supersonic aircraft that flew its last flight in 2003 after 27 years of service. With a cruising speed of 1,350 mph (Mach 2), the Concorde could fly from New York to Lon...

The Concorde made its first supersonic passenger flight 40 years ago — here's what it was like

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

On the morning of January 21, 1976, a pair of Concordes — one each from British Airways and Air France —took off simultaneously on what would be the aircraft's first commercial supersonic flights with fare paying passengers. The Bri...

The Concorde made its first supersonic passenger flight 40 years ago — this is what it was like

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

On the morning of January 21, 1976, two Concordes — one each from British Airways and Air France — took off simultaneously on what would be the aircraft's first commercial supersonic flights with fare-paying passengers. The British ...

Can Boom bring back supersonic flight without the astronomical price tag?

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmag

A Denver-based startup company is entering the race to reintroduce supersonic commercial travel with the promise of a 40-passenger airliner that can not only fly faster than Concorde, but at business class prices. Boom Technology sa...

Virgin and Boom want to bring back supersonic flights for $5,000 round-trip

Lifestyle : Mashable: Lifestyle

A startup is trying to reinvent supersonic airline service 13 years after the Concorde's last flight. Boom has introduced an idea for a  supersonic flight that will take passengers from New York to London in about three hours and 20...

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