Boom Supersonic

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Boom Supersonic is a company that designs, builds, and tests supersonic passenger aircraft. It offers XB-1 and Overture airliners.
TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQEnglewood, CO, US
Websiteboomsupersonic.com
Employee Ratings3.6

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Employees (est.) (Jul 2022)275(+2%)
Job Openings17
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
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Key People/Management at Boom Supersonic

Blake Scholl

Blake Scholl

Founder & CEO
Brian Durrence

Brian Durrence

SVP, Overture Development
Kathy Savitt

Kathy Savitt

President & Chief Commercial Officer
Barb Bidan

Barb Bidan

Chief People Officer
Troy Follak

Troy Follak

VP, Engineering & Overture Chief Engineer
Chris Eoyang

Chris Eoyang

VP, Business Development & Global Projects
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Boom Supersonic Office Locations

Boom Supersonic has an office in Englewood
Englewood, CO, US (HQ)
12876 E Adam Aircraft Cir
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Boom Supersonic Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

Boom Supersonic total Funding

$197.5 m

Boom Supersonic latest funding size

$45 m

Time since last funding

a year ago

Boom Supersonic investors

Boom Supersonic's latest funding round in April 2021 was reported to be $45 m. In total, Boom Supersonic has raised $197.5 m
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Boom Supersonic Operating Metrics

Oct, 2021

Partners

7

Boom Supersonic Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

A

92/100

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Boom Supersonic Online and Social Media Presence

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Boom Supersonic News and Updates

Supersonic Travel with Blake Scholl, CEO of Boom Supersonic

Our guest on the FYI podcast today, Blake Scholl, the CEO of Boom Supersonic, is here to give us insights into the ambitions for supersonic travel.

Boom Supersonic reveals a new design for its ultrafast passenger jet—with more engines

After seven years in development, the Overture airline—which promises to go from Seattle to Tokyo in less than 5 hours—is one step closer to reality. With a refined design announced Tuesday for its Mach 1.7 Overture jet, Boom Supersonic’s dream of reviving exceptionally fast commercial air travel l…

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Aviation Week & Space Technology editors take a look at some of the bigger-picture issues in the world of aerospace and defense

Boom Supersonic and Ministry of Supply Launch First-Ever Supersonic Travel Capsule Collection

Inspired by a sustainable, supersonic future, this high-tech capsule is fit to fly, even at 60,000 feet DENVER, July 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Boom Supersonic, the aerospace company building the world's fastest airliner, optimized for speed, safety, and sustainability, has announced a...

Meet 11 people leading the aviation industry's push to slash emissions and ditch fossil fuels

From aviation giants like United and Boeing to startups like ZeroAvia, these power players are leading aviation's push toward sustainability.

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Boom Supersonic Blogs

What’s it like to work at Boom Supersonic

Boom interns learn that the harder you work for something, the greater the feeling when you finally succeed.From a sunlit hangar in Centennial, Colorado, Boom interns learn that the harder you work for something, the greater the feeling when you finally succeed.As the 2019 marketing intern, I arrive…

Welcome to the New Era of Travel

The world’s fastest privately-developed aircraft will take flight next year. Progress made today is fueling tomorrow’s supersonic renaissance.“Speed isn’t about going really fast. It’s about closeness. It’s about making far away places feel like they’re right around the corner.”Painted on the walls …

Why We Fly: The Pilot’s Perspective

The journey to earning a pilot’s license can be full of challenges. What are the moments that make it worthwhile?Ask any pilot,There is simply nothing like the experience of flying.But if becoming a pilot was easy, everyone would do it. A private pilot license alone can take months or years to earn.…

Eye on the Sky: Air Taxis

Will your next taxi be airborne? The futuristic vision of zipping above traffic in an urban air taxi might be closer than you think.Air taxis burst into consumer awareness in 2019 with a flurry of high-profile announcements led by Uber, Airbus, Kitty Hawk and Boeing, as well as international startup…

Beyond the Hangar: Flying Cross Country in a Handmade Aircraft

Boom’s Principal Flight Test Engineer, Nick Sheryka, shares how a single airplane changed his life.Many kids grow up with a love of watching airplanes. Nick Sheryka, Boom’s Principal Flight Test Engineer, turned that love into a life-long adventure.This series takes a deep dive into the stories and …

Reimagining the Passenger Experience with JPA Design

Spacious seats, personal windows, and a 60,000-foot view of the stratosphere are just some elements of Boom’s supersonic travel experience.As Boom’s Mach-2.2 commercial airliner, Overture will be history’s fastest and most efficient civil aircraft. But beyond speed, Boom intends Overture to provide …
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Boom Supersonic Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Boom Supersonic founded?

    Boom Supersonic was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Boom Supersonic key executives?

    Boom Supersonic's key executives are Blake Scholl, Brian Durrence and Kathy Savitt.

  • How many employees does Boom Supersonic have?

    Boom Supersonic has 277 employees.

  • Who are Boom Supersonic competitors?

    Competitors of Boom Supersonic include Spike Aerospace, Aerion Supersonic and Hermeus.

  • Where is Boom Supersonic headquarters?

    Boom Supersonic headquarters is located at 12876 E Adam Aircraft Cir, Englewood.

  • Where are Boom Supersonic offices?

    Boom Supersonic has an office in Englewood.

  • How many offices does Boom Supersonic have?

    Boom Supersonic has 1 office.