US Airways Flight 1549

A US Airways plane comes to rest in the water near Battery Park after crashing into the Hudson River in the afternoon on January 15, 2009. (Photo by Julian Ungano/Getty Images)

‘Miracle On The Hudson’ Survivors Mark 5 Years

Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger and others are expected to join some of the ferry crews who rescued them from the cold waters on Jan. 15, 2009.


US Airways Flight 1549

CBS 2 Investigation: Taking Flight Without Life Rafts

It’s a policy that goes back decades. Most people don’t know about it. But now a local hero familiar to everyone in New York is pushing for Congress to require life rafts on all flights.


Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenburger and Mayor Michael Bloomberg

‘Sully’ To Bloomy: Garbage Transfer Station Near LaGuardia A ‘Terrible Idea’

Mayor Michael Bloomberg gave Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger the keys to New York City after he ditched his plane in the Hudson River after a bird strike, saving all 155 people on board. On Tuesday, Sullenberger repaid the mayor with advice.


A flatbed truck carries the 120-foot-long fuselage of US Airways flight 1549 across the runway at Charlotte/Dounglas International Airport as it arrives in Charlotte, N.C., Friday, June 10, 2011. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

US Airways Flight 1549, ‘Miracle On The Hudson’ Jet, Arrives At NC Museum

The plane that Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III famously landed in the Hudson River will arrive Friday in Charlotte at the Carolinas Aviation Museum.


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‘Miracle’ US Airways Flight 1549 Headed To Charlotte Museum For Display

The US Airways jet known for its famed “Miracle on the Hudson” landing, has spent the last two years just outside Newark, but it will soon be moving to a permanent display at a Charlotte, N.C. museum.


In this Oct. 1, 2009 file photo, pilot Chesley Sullenberger, who safely landed his disabled plane in the Hudson River, speaks to the media at LaGuardia Airport. (credit: AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

Captain ‘Sully’ Sullenberger Taking To The Air At CBS News

In his new role as Aviation and Safety Expert for the network, Sullenberger will provide analysis of aviation safety, contributing to all CBS News broadcasts and platforms.