NORTH ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO. (KTVI) - Lambert-St. Louis International Airport is the final airport chosen for a stopover during the upcoming cross country flight of the Solar Impulse, the first aircraft capable of flying 24 hours day and night using solar energy as power.
The Solar Impulse Across America flight began in San Francisco’s Moffett Field. Lambert will be the Midwest US stop with a tentative arrival around the end of May, according to a press release.
The flight plan also includes stops at Phoenix Sky Harbor, Dallas-Fort Worth, Washington DC-Dulles and New York’s JFK. Solar Impulse said not one drop of fuel will be used along the way.
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