Solar Impulse is airborne again flying stage 12 of its circumnavigation of the the globe.
andreborschberg</a> will takeoff from Tulsa, May 21st at 09:00 UTC, 04:00AM LT to Dayton <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Ohio?src=hash">#Ohio</a> <a href="https://t.co/OG6Lah6wNR">pic.twitter.com/OG6Lah6wNR</a></p>— SOLAR IMPULSE (solarimpulse) May 20, 2016
The plane that flies with zero-fuel left Tulsa, Oklahoma heading for Dayton, Ohio.
The flight to Dayton is expected to take around 18 hours.
The solar powered aircraft is heading for New York in two weeks before heading across the Atlantic.
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