Commercial supersonic travel moves closer with firm behind 1,000mph private jet breaking ground on hi-tech $300m Florida HQ where it will be built ahead of 2025 test flights
01 21 2021
Aerion Park, next to next to Orlando Melbourne International Airport, will produce 300 of the jets. The park will cover more than 110 acres, with the buildings alone covering the equivalent of 14 football fields. It will bring at least 675 new jobs to Florida by 2026, it's claimed, as operations are ramped up. The park will house a customer completions center and a full-size AS2 cabin mock-up.
AI Is Bringing The World Together (at More Than 1,000 Mph)
11 13 2020
The divide between the digital world of AI and the physical one we inhabit still looms large in the consumer economy, but the industrial economy is bridging this gulf, harnessing AI through something called digital twin technology. One company, Aerion Supersonic, is now using digital twin in its most ambitious application.
Aerion Finishes Wind Tunnel Tests Of Its Future Supersonic Aircraft
11 11 2020
The development of the Aerion AS2 supersonic business jet has reached an important milestone in its development. The American manufacturer announced yesterday that it had completed the process of wind tunnel testing on the design.
Aerion Supersonic - Engineering a faster tomorrow
11 03 2020
Using Siemens? Xcelerator portfolio, Aerion can use advanced design and simulation software to speed aircraft development, as well as achieve superior levels of performance in flight and excellence in operations.
Supersonic-Jet Builder Dreams of Faster Flights—at 3,000 MPH
10 07 2020
Aerion Corp., the supersonic jet builder founded by Texas billionaire Robert Bass, plans to deliver its first AS2 business jet in 2027, with top speeds of 1.4 times the speed of sound, or about 1,074 mph (1,728 kph)?roughly double that of traditional commercial aircraft. Still, with rivals like Boom Technologies and others advancing their own supersonic plans, Aerion Chief Executive Officer Tom Vice is already anticipating the arrival of hypersonic travel.
BAE to design fly-by-wire system for Aerion's AS2 supersonic business jet
09 17 2020
UK aerospace company BAE Systems will develop the fly-by-wire flight-control system for Aerion Supersonic's AS2 in-development high-speed business jet, adding another high-profile supplier to Aerion's roster of partners.