Los Angeles—Japan Airlines (JAL) has entered into a strategic partnership with Mach 2-plus airliner developer Boom Supersonic, announcing purchase options on up to 20 aircraft. The Japanese flag carrier becomes the second airline after Virgin Atlantic to reveal its support of the Denver, Colorado-based supersonic airliner project which is targeting entry into service in the mid-2020s. Together with the 10 options announced by Virgin in mid-2017 for Virgin, the JAL commitment ...

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