United Airlines Commits to buy 15 Boom Supersonic Planes

The major next-generation air transportation investment between United Airlines and Boom was made on Thursday.

Boom supersonic first revealed its plans for the supersonic demonstrator aircraft, which was built back in 2016. So what is in for the latest updates on this big announcement? Here is a gist of all the details that you need to know.

Boom supersonic planes for the United Airlines:

The Boom supersonic air crafts have been in progressive construction since 2016. And now the news is that it will supply its Overture supersonic airliner under the agreement with United. This deal includes an option of 35 more aircraft. It is just now that this supersonic deal has been made public after several months of planning and investment.

It is indeed a significant leap taken by the United, which shall be the future of aircraft technology. It was done and made possible due to a vertical take-off from the aircraft management and facility. According to a press release made on June 3, Boom is planning to roll out a 3-year plan, aiming for 2025 for Overture. It will be followed by the first flight by 2026 and then into service with passenger-carrying capacities by 2029.

United Airlines continues to build its path on better innovation, which is directed towards sustainable airlines. Today’s advancements in technology have opened doors for the impossible, and that includes the very first supersonic planes. Boom’s vision headed towards the future of aviation is combined with industry standards and building the most robust network in the world. The boom has set $200 million for Overture and, it is projected to be capable of traveling from New York to London in just 3 hours 15 minutes with round trips.

The cost at the moment has been decided to be $5000 comprising a round trip. This gives customers leisure and saves a lot of time as well. The supersonic jet would comprise unmatchable speed and, at the same time, uncompromised comfort.

The future of aviation:

The future of flying is in good hands, more so in developing transits. The new supersonic aircraft project is being developed to fly at Mach 1.7, which has twice the speed of most in-service air transport category aircraft with a range of 4250nm. Moreover, Overture shall be able to fly it with 100% sustainable aviation fuel, as per Boom supersonic.

“The world is filled with the first order of net-zero carbon supersonic aircraft marks a significant step towards our mission to create a more accessible world.” Said Black Scholl, founder and CEO of Boom supersonic in a statement.


By 2029, United will have its first, full-fledged passenger-carrying service providing supersonic jet, which will allow transit passengers from united to London in just 3.5 hours! In a press release on June 3, this news has been confirmed, and now united with Boom are rolling out their plans. Soon passengers will be able to cover a large distance in unmatchable speed and uncompromised comfort.