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Piccard y Borschberg en LEMD after 1 30LT am 25052012

A.BorschbergAndré Borschberg a los mandos del Solar Impulse, tomó esta madrugada tierra en el mayor aeropuerto de España, Madrid-Barajas, tras 17 horas, 3 minutos y cincuenta y nueve segundos de travesía sin novedad.
El socio de la mítica familia Piccard, lo había conseguido. No sólo venció las técnicas difcultades del vuelo sino toda la operativa como para realizar la operación con éxito. Así fue, y AD estuvo en el histórico momento. En esta ocasión todos los esfuerzos se concentraron en hacerlo posible. Todos los profesionales de Madrid-Barajas, señaleros, emergencias, ATC, personal de AENA en general, lo hicieron posible y el día de hoy, la madrugada de Madrid-Barajas pudo asistir a uno de esos momentos históricos, míticos y únicos en el que se ha convertido por derecho propio el evento. Madrid asistió a uno de esos mágicos momentos de la historia de la aviación mundial.

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Destination Morocco: Solar Impulse Successfully Lands in Madrid for Technical Stopover

Solar Impulse por la 33L

Pese a la poca definición de la fotografía, este documento recoge el momento previo a la toma en el aeropuerto de Madrid-Barajas del primer aeroplano de alimentación solar en un aeropuerto español.

Payerne, 25 May 2012.- Under the High Patronage of King Mohammed VI and upon invitation of the Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy (Masen), the Solar Impulse aircraft of Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg has completed half the leg of its flight to Morocco. The prototype landed successfully in Madrid-Barajas airport at 01:28AM (UTC+2) this morning. This strictly technical layover is also a chance to change pilots before the solar airplane reaches its final destination of Rabat (Morocco).

After a flight lasting a total of 17h 3min 59s, André Borschberg safely landed the solar aircraft in Madrid-Barajas airport. The Solar Impulse airplane took-off this morning at 08h24AM (UTC+2) from Payerne aerodrome in Switzerland following the previously scheduled flight plan over the Pyrenees. The aircraft flew over the Massif Central towards the city of Toulouse (France), flying over the Pyrenees mountain range at an altitude of 7'833 meters and finally arriving in Spain, landing on Runway 33L.

"The flight went very well and thanks to the team of meteorologists, everything went according to the plan: it was extraordinary" Said André Borschberg "It was incredible to fly alongside the barrier of clouds during most of the flight and not need to hesitate to fly above them. This confirms our confidence in the capacity of solar energy even further."

Pantallazo radar a las 18 42 LTTo raise awareness about solar energy's potential to minimize global dependence on petrol and its derivatives, the Moroccan Agency for Solar Energy (Masen), which is responsible for Morocco's solar energy plan, will host the Solar Impulse team upon arrival in Rabat. "We look forward to the landing of the HB-SIA which carries so many messages we wish to share on the use of renewables, in particular solar energy" said Masen's President, Mr. Mustapha Bakkoury. Solar Impulse's presence in Morocco is meant to participate in Masen's commencement of construction activities, in the Ouarzazate region, of the solar complex which will hold the world's largest thermo-solar power plant. Of a capacity of 160 MW, the plant is part of Morocco's energy plan whose goal is to build, by 2020, five solar parks with the capacity of 2000 megawatts, reducing CO2 emission of 3,7 million tons. Solar Impulse supports this pioneering project which is in line with its own message and its philosophy of renewable energies.

"Solar Impulse symbolizes the pioneering and explorer spirit necessary to find new solutions, outside of old habits and certainties, to respond to today's challenges." Said Bertrand Piccard at the Solar Impulse HB-SIA landed on the runway."

Once the airplane has undergone routine technical check-ups, Bertrand Piccard will pilot the Solar Impulse aircraft on the second leg of its first intercontinental flight. The approximately 800km flight will begin in the coming days and is due to fly over the Gibraltar strait and Mediterranean, landing in Rabat-Salé airport some 20 hours thereafter.

The first leg of this intercontinental flight was made possible thanks to the coordination with Madrid-Barajas and the support given by our partners Altran and Schindler in securing all the relevant authorizations for our safe landing in Spain. This successful cooperation has also allowed the Solar Impulse team to prepare for the challenges of landing in a major international airport, a necessary expertise for the 2014 round-the-world flight.

Flight Report
Payerne – Madrid

Pilot:André Borschberg, CEO and Co-founder
Take-off time:24/05/2012 08h24 UTC+2
Time of landing:25/05/2012 01h28min50s UTC+2
Flight duration:17h 3min 50s
Average ground speed:89km/h
Highest altitude reached:8'500 m (27'000 feet)
Flight distance:1'191,39km

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