US Airway Captain Sullenberger gets Key to New York City
Captain Chesley Sullenberger answers questions after he and his flight crew (L to R) Flight Attendants Donna Dent, Doreen Walsh, Sheila Dale and First Officer Jeffery Skiles received the Key to New York City for pilot Sullenberger successful crash landing of US Airways Flight 1549 on January 15, 2009 in to the Hudson River with no lost life during City Hall ceremonies in New York on February 9, 2009. (UPI Photo/Ezio Petersen)
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Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole told a U.S. Senate hearing Wednesday airport "pat-downs" are "more invasive" than they used to be.
The two heroic pilots who safely brought down a disabled passenger jet in the Hudson River in New York in January teamed up again Thursday for another flight.
Capt. Chesley Sullenberger, who safely landed US Airways Flight 1549 in New York's Hudson River, must retrain before getting going back to work, rules say.
The pilot and crew who landed a plane on the Hudson River last month have received keys to the city of New York and a standing ovation on Broadway.
Emma Sophina, an aspiring singer from Australia who was a passenger on U.S. Airways Flight 1549, has landed a recording contract, Decca Label Group said.
About 2,000 people turned out Saturday in Danville, Calif., to welcome Chesley Sullenberger, the US Airways pilot who landed a crippled jet in the Hudson River.
The wife of the pilot who brought a planeload of passengers down safely in the Hudson River in New York called him a real professional Friday.
A US Airways pilot ditched a disabled jetliner in New York's Hudson River Thursday, saving all 150 passengers and five crew members aboard, officials said.