UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

ABU DHABI

Solar Impulse 2 was disassembled in Switzerland during November 2014 and shipped to Abu Dhabi on January 5th 2015. On Al Bateen Executive Airport, the engineers and mission team have been preparing the departure of the First Round-The-World Solar Flight.

OMAN

MUSCAT

The historic port of Muscat is the ideal location to set Si2 up for its first sea crossing onwards to Ahmedabad.

INDIA

AHMEDABAD

Before taking off for its third flight from Ahmedabad to Varanasi in the Republic of India, the Solar Impulse team will prepare the aircraft and pilot. It will also be the opportunity to reach out to governments, NGOs, universities and schools to spread Bertrand Piccard’s and André Borschberg’s message about clean technologies.

INDIA

VARANASI

Yoga originated in India over 5,000 years ago, and today is used by André Borschberg while flying Si2. He and Bertrand Piccard use the opportunity to talk about clean technolgies among Gujarat’s rapid technical innovation.

MYANMAR

MANDALAY

The Solar Impulse 2 stop in Mandalay will be the opportunity to reach out to governments, NGOs, universities and schools to spread Bertrand Piccard’s and André Borschberg’s message about clean technologies.

CHINA

CHONGQING

The Solar Impulse 2 stop in Chongqing will be the opportunity to reach out to governments, NGOs, universities and schools to spread Bertrand Piccard's and André Borschberg's message about clean technologies.

CHINA

NANJING

The stop in Nanjing will be the opportunity to reach out to governments, NGOs, universities and schools to spread Bertrand Piccard's and André Borschberg's message about clean technologies.

JAPAN

NAGOYA

Nagoya is an unexpected stop for Solar Impulse. This is part of the adventure. The plane will recharge its batteries and the team will prepare for the Pacific crossing again.

USA

HAWAII

Solar Impulse is currently taking a break from its Round-The-World attempt. During the record breaking flight of 5 days and 5 nights over the Pacific this July, the plane suffered battery damage that requires several weeks to repair. The RTW will resume in April 2016 once there are enough daylight hours to complete the adventure.

USA

SAN FRANCISCO

The flight from Hawaii to Montain View, CA will be the first time that Si2 stops in mainland USA, last visited in 2013 by the prototype Solar Impulse 1 as it flew Across America.

USA

PHOENIX

The Solar Impulse 2 stop in Mid. USA will be the opportunity to reach out to governments, NGOs, universities and schools to spread Bertrand Piccard's and André Borschberg's message about clean technologies.

USA

TULSA

Bertrand Piccard’s flight from Phoenix Goodyear Airport to Tulsa International Airport lasted 18 hours and 10 minutes, landing at 23:15pm local time. For those in Tulsa, you might have spotted Si2′s gigantic solar wings and glowing LEDs in the night.

USA

DAYTON

Solar Impulse 2 will take off with André Borschberg at the controls for its 12th flight from Tulsa, Oklahoma to Dayton, Ohio in the United States of America. Si2 spent a week in Tulsa International Airport until they found a clear weather window to allow them to continue their flights across the United States. The flight is expected to take 18 hours.

USA

LEHIGH VALLEY

This flight will bring Solar Impulse over the Statue of Liberty to New York City, with a final landing at JFK.

USA

NEW-YORK

After a historic flight over the Statue of Liberty, Solar Impulse has landed in JFK Airport completing a 5 hour flight from Lehigh Valley. Next leg: Atlantic crossing towards Europe. Be ready!

EUROPE

SEVILLE

Solar Impulse 2 has arrived in Europe after 71 hours and 8 minutes of flying across the Atlantic Ocean

EGYPT

CAIRO

After crossing the Atlantic Ocean and landing in Seville, Spain Solar Impulse will continue its round-the world journey towards Egypt.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

ABU DHABI

Solar Impulse 2 was disassembled in Switzerland during November 2014 and shipped to Abu Dhabi on January 5th 2015. On Al Bateen Executive Airport, the engineers and mission team have been preparing the departure of the First Round-The-World Solar Flight.

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