Imagine traveling from New York to London in three and half hours or from Los Angeles to Sydney in less than seven -- all at the cost of a typical business class fare.
Kenrick Waithe envisions it almost every day.
As an engineer at Colorado-based startup Boom, Waithe creates computer-based simulations of supersonic passenger flights so that one day they will become a reality.
"We're trying to build a supersonic airliner that's economically viable, the way that the Concorde was not," he said.
Formerly an engineer at Gulfstream, Lockheed Martin and NASA, Waithe is well-versed at dreaming big. [READ MORE]