We recently posted about a press conference we recently attended at Moffett Field outside San Francisco, California for a close-up look at Solar Impulse, the world’s first solar-powered airplane. The preparations for the Solar Impulse Across America adventure have now come to fruition. Solar Impulse will cross the US, making five stops along the way, having reached its first stop at Phoenix Sky Harbor airport May 4th at about 1am, for an estimated flight time of 19 hours.
Subsequent stops include Dallas/Ft. Worth International Airport; Lambert-St. Louis International Airport; Dulles International Airport and a final stop at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. At each stop Solar Impulse will be on display for the public to see the groundbreaking airplane as it kicks off the Clean Generation initiative to raise awareness of the potential of clean and renewable sources of energy.
Follow progress of Solar Impulse live and stay tuned as we track progress of the airplane as she makes her way across the country in the coming weeks.
Featured image credit: Dominique Favre