外文标题：Solar plane starts next round-the-world leg in China
BEIJING: A pioneering plane attempting to circumnavigate the globe powered only by the sun took off in China early on Tuesday for the next stage of its journey, organisers said.
The Solar Impulse 2's departure from Chongqing came after repeated meteorological delays and one of its co-pilots returned to Europe to be treated for migraine.
With pilot Bertrand Piccard at the controls, the plane took off at 6.08am (2208 GMT Monday), heading for the eastern city of Nanjing, organisers said in a statement. The 1,190 kilometre flight was expected to take 20 hours.
The Solar Impulse 2 arrived at Chongqing airport from Myanmar on March 31.
组织方在一份声明中称， 飞行员贝特朗•皮卡尔（Bertrand Piccard）操纵着飞机，于早上6:08分起飞，前往东部城市南京。此次1190公里的飞行预计花20小时。
It had been due to make a brief stop in the southwestern Chinese city and quickly travel on to Nanjing, but was held up by weather and safety concerns.