Miracle Plane Hudson

March 20, 2011 by USA Post 

Miracle Plane Hudson, (UKPA) – The airliner splash landing was called “the Miracle on the Hudson” is set for its final destination – a museum of aviation in North Carolina.

The Airbus A320 has been stored in New Jersey since he was fired from New York after the Hudson River in January 2009 landing.

It was acquired by a museum in Charlotte for an exhibition scheduled for January.

The wings of the airplane should be transported by truck to North Carolina in the coming weeks. The fuselage will be 120ft south in June

All 155 people aboard U.S. Airways Flight 1549 survived Captain Chesley minutes Sullenberger water landing after the plane left New York LaGuardia Airport.

The interior of the aircraft is still littered with first aid gear, life jackets and food and beverages are still waiting to be served.

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The plane was made famous during the “Miracle on the Hudson” will soon be on display for all to see.

The Airbus A-320, which was stored in New Jersey since he was removed from the Hudson River after the fatal crash, was sent to Charlotte, North Carolina where he will be exposed as an exhibition at the Museum Aviation Carolinas.

The aircraft became known as flight, which was tested in the waters of the Hudson River by Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger January 15, 2009, after he experienced engine trouble after takeoff from LaGuardia Airport.

All passengers and crew survived the ordeal.

Officials say the plan is to head the museum pieces, with wings leave in a few weeks after the fuselage in June

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