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February 25, 2011

Video: Inside the Wrecked US Airways ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ Jet

After failing to auction the remnants of the Airbus A320 fuselage (N106US) that splashed down into the Hudson River in January 2009, US Airways and their insurance company agreed to donate the plane to the Carolinas Aviation Museum. Within the confines of Charlotte/Douglas International Airport—the home of US Airways—the plane will soon be open for viewing to museum visitors. NBC New York got a sneak peek inside.



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Proud in the Turboprop Crowd

In the early morning hours of May 18, 2013, US Airways Flight 4560 made a wheels-up landing at Newark Liberty International Airport. Here is an account of how the crew flying N934HA prepared for and executed a safe emergency la...
by Brian Futterman
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The First Look at Tom Hanks as Sully

Check out the first trailer for the highly anticipated film "Sully" starring Tom Hanks!
by Gabe Andino
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Remember That One Time Donald Trump Owned an Airline?

With Donald Trump being all over the news of late, we take a look back at the Trump Shuttle.
by Gabe Andino
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DOJ’s “Collusion”: You Scratch My Airplane’s Back, I’ll Scratch Yours

The Department of Justice's charges of collusion at multiple airlines should come as no surprise to the ironic actions of none other than... The Department of Justice.
by Erika Armstrong
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American Airlines Offered a Single Operating Certificate, Completing Merge with US Airways

On April 8, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) granted a single operating certificate to American Airlines and US Airways, signifying a major step in their integration process. For more than a year, over 700 employees re...
by Douglas Wint
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