Boom Technology is fully funded to get a demonstrator of the supersonic airliner it is developing in the air by the end of 2019, the Denver-based company’s CEO says. Addressing audiences at a pre-conference event and during the Boyd Group International Aviation Summit in Denver Aug. 21, Boom CEO Blake Scholl said the XB-1 “Baby Boom” demonstrator was set to make its first flight by end of 2019 and the company could be ready to deliver its first aircraft to an airline as ...

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