Captain "Sully" Sullenberger reveals what went through his mind when a flock of geese nearly brought down his plane and how he managed a successful crash-landing on the Hudson River.
Five years ago on Wednesday, a US Airways jetliner with 155 people on board made a safe emergency landing in the Hudson River. The pilot was Captain Chesley Sullenberger -- now a CBS News aviation and safety analyst. He speaks with Scott Pelley about that day and life since the landing.
David Sanderson, passenger of the US Airways flight that made an emergency landing in the Hudson River, joins UTTM to discuss his experience.
Five years ago, US Airways flight 1549 made an emergency landing like no other. Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger and first officer Jeff Skiles talk to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about bringing the plane down safely on the Hudson River.
Jeff Pegues spoke with one of the passengers aboard US Airways flight 1549 that made an emergency landing on the Hudson River, five years ago.
A great re-creation of what exactly happened on flight 1549, made with FSX then shot into Final Cut 4
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Michelle Miller gets lessons in watercraft as she learns how to kayak along New York City's waterfront.
The Intrepid air and space museum in New York City raises money for wounded service members. Harry Smith speaks to the museum's president, Bill White.
With Katie Couric on assignment, Maggie Rodriguez pays tribute to US Airways Capt. Chelsey B. "Sully" Sullenberger III, who piloted an airbus which crashed into New York's Hudson River.
Goldspot performs a song featured in the episode, "The Final Page Part 2," airing Monday, December 17th at 8:30/7:30c. Song available now on iTunes. All benefits go to the Red Cross' Hurricane Sandy Relief.
This unique material was shot from one of the boats that ended up evacuating about half a million people from Lower Manhattan on 9/11. Shot for RTL Extra.
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“Face the Nation” takes a look back at one of the happier news stories of recent years.
Five years after the amazing rescue on New York’s Hudson River, Dave Sanderson, who was the last passenger to leave Flight 1549 and swim to safety, discusses the landing, as well as how survival – and a blanket -- has changed his life. Jeff Pegues reports.
Skilled Pilot <b>Capt</b>. Sullenberger speaks stressing that "the single most important piece of safety equipment is an experienced well trained pilot." And that "Experience & Skills" of pilots only comes from investing and if airlines do not change and start valuing the pilot profession, it will result in "future pilots are less experienced and less skilled, it logically follows that we will see negative consequences to the flying public and to our country"
Since I first heard CHRISTMAS IN OUR HEARTS, I began to like it unitl it became my Favourite Christmas Song. In fact, I knew beforehand that CHRISTMAS IN OUR HEARTS would be a huge Success.
CHRISMAS IN OUR HEARTS LYRICS:
Whenever I see girls and boys selling lanterns on the streets
I remember the Child in the manger as He sleeps
Wherever there are people giving gifts, exchanging cards
I believe that Christmas is truly in their hearts
Let's light our Christmas trees for a brighter tomorrow
Where nations are at peace and all are one in God
Let's sing Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday
This season may we never forget the love we have for Jesus
Let Him be the One to guide us as another new year starts
And may the spirit of Christmas be always in our hearts
In every prayer and every song the community unites
Celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ
Let love like that starlight on that first Christmas morn
Lead us back to the manger where Christ the Child was born
So come let us rejoice
Come and sing a Christmas carol
With one big joyful voice
Proclaim the name of the Lord!
Repeat Refrain & Chorus