Denver-based Boom Technology founder and CEO Blake Scholl believes the company’s first supersonic passenger aircraft can enter commercial service as soon as 2023 and there is a market for as many as 1,000 supersonic airliners to be delivered by 2035. Speaking at the IATA Wings of Change conference in Miami, Scholl said $33 million in funding secured in late March—bringing Boom’s total financing to $41 million—removes monetary obstacles for the company, enabling it to ...

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