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On 05/03/2013, Solar Impulse aircraft completed the first flight across the United States with 18 hours 21 minutes. On 24/05/2013, it landed safely at the International Airport, Forth Worth, Texas, United States, after starting from the
The Solar Impulse solar-powered plane has set off on the second leg of its trans-American journey. It took off at 04:47 local time (12:47 BST) from Phoenix, Arizona on Wednesday, bound for Dallas, Texas. The craft will also stop over in St Louis and
The first-ever manned airplane that can fly by day or night on solar power alone was set to soar early Wednesday on the second leg of its journey across the United States. The fuel-free Solar Impulse was due to leave Phoenix, Arizona for Dallas,
Dans un paysage chaotique et varie fait de montagnes, de plaines, de cotes et de deserts, avec une meteo complexe, les equipes vont faire face a des choix strategiques pour le plan de vol. C'est donc avant meme de decoller, qu'Altran joue un role
A flight that did not use any fuel was flown on Saturday from San Francisco to Phoenix, with the total time of the flight being 18 hours and 18 minutes, reports http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/05/us-usa-plane-solar-
The Solar Impulse, an airplane traveling across the United States using only solar power, is in Phoenix today, after reaching Arizona from California Saturday. It took the plane about 20 hours to travel from Mountain View, Calif., near San Francisco.
Bertrand Piccard is piloting his Solar Impulse on a pioneering mission of flying day and night without any conventional fuel across America – full credit to his solar powered plane. He has with him his fellow pilot Andre
Solar plane lands in Phoenix on first leg of US journey 4 May 2013 Last updated at 14:20 ET A solar-powered airplane that developers hope to eventually pilot around the world has landed in Phoenix Arizona on the first leg of a flight across America.
The first-ever manned airplane that can fly by day or night on solar power alone landed in the dark at a major southwestern US airport, a live feed from the organizer's website showed early Saturday. Solar Impulse, piloted by Swiss adventurer
A solar-powered airplane landed in Phoenix early Saturday morning after flight from California that included several hours in the air after sundown. The Solar Impulse set down about 12:30 a.m. at Sky Harbor Airport after flying, completing the first