The first electric plane to cross the English channel was in 1981.
On July 7, 1981, the aircraft flew 163 miles from Pontoise – Cormeilles Aerodrome, north of Paris, France to Manston Royal Air Force Base in Manston, United Kingdom, staying aloft 5 hours and 23 minutes, with pilot Stephen Ptacek at the controls. Currently the plane is owned by the Smithsonian Institution's Air and Space Museum.
And the Solar Impulse series can charge it's batteries enough during the day to fly to the next dawn. It did a non-stop flight from Japan to Hawaii.
And Airbus has a jump on them as well.
Didn't you get the memo? Mozilla is uncool now, so anything you can think of to bash them with, go right ahead, don't worry about facts.
You needed a memo???
pre and more, they're the usual culprits. Same as the "Carson has returned to Florida" crap.
German officials recently suggested to make all transactions larger than 5000 Euros illegal in cash.
Kind of hard to stop it from happening
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