Manufactured by Boom Supersonic, the supersonic commercial aircraft destined to succeed the mythical Concorde is called Overture. It claims a top speed of Mach 1.7 (2,830 km/h) with zero emissions thanks to the use of 100% synthetic fuels. Overture’s aerodynamic design is reminiscent of Concorde. Its vital statistics come in at 61 metres long with just 32 metres between wingtips. It will cover transoceanic routes in less than four hours and can carry between 65 to 80 passengers. It will be able to fly at 60,000 feet (18,288 km) and cover up to 7,867 kilometres. Boom Supersonic is scheduling the Overture’s maiden flight for 2026 and plans for it to be fully operational for the public in 2029.