The supersonic aircraft, developed jointly by California-based Exosonic and the US Air Force, can reach speeds of up to 2,205 kilometers per hour and will be ready for use in 2030.
03.04.2021 – 13:27
California-based Exosonic and the U.S. Air Force are developing supersonic aircraft to replace the Air Force One.
The plane, which is scheduled to be ready for use in 2030, can reach a speed of 2 thousand 205 kilometers per hour. Designed as a fence engine, the aircraft has a capacity of 31 passengers.
“VISUAL TECHNOLOGIES WILL BE USED”
“With this concept, we plan to apply technologies that are not currently used in aircraft,” said Stephanie Chahan, a designer at Exosonic.
Chahan said the plane was inspired by the ‘feathered’ bird, which is described as one of the fastest birds in the world.
On the other hand, the plane will have two kitchens and two toilets.