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  • 06.20.17

Boom says airlines have ordered 76 of its supersonic planes

Before you know it, passengers (paying business-class fares, no less) will be plying the skies at above the speed of sound. Supersonic travel may have gone into hibernation with the end of the Concorde program in 2003–because the planes weren’t economical, not because of the infamous Air France crash in 2000, as many people believe–but a Denver aerospace startup promises it will soon return.