the crash of flight 1549 US Airways

Flight info US Airways 1549
Characteristics Date January 15, 2009 Type Avian Collision Site New York, Hudson Coordinates 40 ° 46 ‘10 "North, 74 ° 00’ 17" West Aircraft Characteristics Aircraft Type Airbus A320 Company US Airways No ID N106US Takeoff Phase Passengers 150 Crew 5 Kills 0 Injured 100 Survivors 155 (all)

US Airways flight 1549 US Airways was involved in an air crash on January 15, 2009 over New York City in the United States. The Airbus A320 piloted by Commander Chesley Sullenberger and co-pilot Jeffrey Skiles, after taking off from LaGuardia International Airport, struck a group of Canada Geese, causing the loss of power from the reactors and compelling the pilot to an emergency landing in the Hudson River, facing Manhattan. The flight lasted five minutes eight seconds after taking off. The accident did not cause any casualties

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Thank you for your topic, but your info that you give can be easily found using a simple Google search.
Maybe you could give some little-known info on this crash or something that is not easily found?

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OK I will give some unknown info for next time

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