28 Oct '14, 1pm

#Fly across the Atlantic in under 4 hours by #supersonic #business #jet! #luxury Read & Pics: h…

#Fly across the Atlantic in under 4 hours by #supersonic #business #jet! #luxury Read & Pics: h…

Recently a couple American Aeronautical engineering companies have proposed the development of a transatlantic jet routing from London to New York in under four hours. Technological advancements seem to have overcome the commercial issues of running these jets, reducing running costs and making them viable once again. At this point, there appear to be two main contenders, Boston-based Spike Aerospace and Nevada-based company Aerion Corporation who are partnering with Airbus, and who both claim that a supersonic four hour hop across the Atlantic will be in test phase as soon as 2019, with the world’s first supersonic business jet in operation as soon as 2021.

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