Here’s your last chance to see ‘Miracle on the Hudson’ plane before it goes in storage

By Hannah Smoot
The Charlotte Observer

Sunday could be the last chance for Charlotte residents and visitors to see the “Miracle on Hudson” plane for at least 2 1/2 two and a half years.

The plane – landed on the Hudson River by Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger in 2009, inspiring the movie “Sully” – is housed at the Sullenberger Aviation Museum. The museum is closing temporarily Sunday as it searches for a new location.

Jessica Mallicote, vice president of advancement and marketing for the museum, said the museum plans to reopen in 2023.

Read the complete article on the Charlotte Observer’s website.

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