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  • Crew describes river landing

    NEW YORK – The pilot who ditched his jetliner in the Hudson River and saved the lives of everyone on board said he had a “sickening” feeling when a flock …

  • Sonar may have found plane’s missing engine

    NEW YORK – Authorities using sonar in the search for the missing engine from US Airways Flight 1549 detected something about the size of the massive aircraft part deep in …

  • Jet’s engines lost power at same time

    NEW YORK – A jetliner that crash-landed in the Hudson River had lost power simultaneously in both engines after reaching an altitude of only 3,200 feet, the plane’s black box …

  • Pilot picked spot in river near boats

    NEW YORK – The pilot of a crippled US Airways jetliner made a split-second decision to put down in the Hudson River because trying to return to the airport after …

  • Investigation begins in plane’s NYC splash landing

    NEW YORK — Investigators brought in a giant crane and a barge Friday to help pull a US Airways jetliner from the Hudson River, and survivors among the 155 people …

  • Passengers amazed to be alive, grateful to pilot

    NEW YORK – Shock, relief, gratitude. Most of all, the soaked and freezing passengers of Flight 1549 just seemed amazed to be alive. All of them. “You’ve got to give …

  • ‘Miracle on the Hudson’

    NEW YORK – It was just a few minutes after takeoff. The voice that came over the intercom was urgent, but calm. “Brace for impact,” Capt. Chesley B. “Sully” Sullenberger …

  • Disabled jet ditches into NYC river; all rescued

    NEW YORK — A US Airways pilot guided his jetliner into the frigid Hudson River after a flock of birds knocked out both its engines just after takeoff today, and …

  • Pilot reported double bird strike after takeoff

    WASHINGTON — A US Airways pilot reported a “double bird strike” less than a minute after takeoff today and was headed for an emergency landing in New Jersey when he …



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