More than a decade after the supersonic passenger aircraft landed for the last time, a new class of faster-than-sound planes prepares...
Now NASA and Lockheed Martin are trying to bring supersonic flight back to the masses.
Seen and not heard
Hold onto your sun hats, folks. It's going to be a wild ride!
Today in 1973, the Concorde crossed the Atlantic for the first time.
Anyone who has seen the grim images of a crumbling Detroit circulating the Internet, or watched another so-called “Sputnik moment”...
What the "future" of supersonic air travel looked like in 1975
This hydrogen-burning hypersonic airliner could fly more than twice as fast as the 1,350mph Concorde--and its passengers would travel absolutely...
With little fanfare, the race is on to build a Mach 2.0 private jet with a reduced sonic boom.
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