A revolutionary solar-powered plane, that will try to fly around the world next year, has successfully made its inaugural test flight in Switzerland.
A solar-powered airplane landed in Phoenix early Saturday morning after a flight from California that included several hours in the air after sundown.
A solar-powered plane that took off on the world’s first intercontinental flight has landed in the Moroccan capital Rabat after flying across the Strait of Gibraltar from Spain.
The world`s largest solar-powered plane, Swiss-made Solar Impulse, will take its first-ever cross-continent flight in May or June.
The aircraft is expected to take about 12 hours to complete the journey to Brussels Airport.
Aeronautique Internationale (FAI), gave Zephyr three records including longest time aloft.
A solar-powered plane has begun a 24hr historic test flight by flying through the night.
An attempt to fly Solar Impulse, through night powered by the Sun is deferred.
The prototype of a Swiss bid to fly around the world on solar energy is set to take to the skies.
At the pace of a fast bicycle, a solar-powered plane took to the skies for its
maiden flight, passing an important test on the way to a historic voyage around the world, a journey that would not use a drop of fuel.
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Showbiz World - December 26, 2014