(KMOV.com) -- Wednesday is the last day for the St. Louis area to get a view of the Solar Impulse, the world’s first solar plane, at Lambert-St. Louis airport.
Officials said free registration is available for the public here.
This is the last public appearance before the plane takes off for Washington D.C. on its “Across America” mission.
Lambert officials said more than 8,000 people have already seen the solar aircraft during the three previous public viewing days.
The public viewing goes from 1-4 p.m. Wednesday north of the airfield.
The address is 41 Banshee Road, St. Louis, MO, 63145.
Directions: Take 1-170 to Exit 9A Airport Rd. Go west to McDonnell Blvd. Go north (right) to Banshee Rd. Go west (left) on Banshee for approximately .6 miles. Signs will be in place at event entrance.
The plane started its flight in Northern California on May 3 and flew to Phoenix. It left Phoenix on May 22 and landed the next day in Texas.
After several events in St. Louis, the Solar Impulse is scheduled to fly to Dulles International Airport near Washington before ending its journey at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.