'Miracle on the Hudson' jet destined for museum

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    HARRISON, N.J. — To stand inside the cabin of the US Airways jet that crash landed on the Hudson River is to imagine, even briefly, some of the terror that must have overtaken the 155 people aboard as the plane descended onto the icy water.

    The world will be able to relive the triumph of what has been dubbed "The Miracle on the Hudson" when the Airbus A320 is shipped this spring from a northern New Jersey warehouse to Charlotte, N.C., for an exhibit at the Carolinas Aviation Museum.
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42172289/ns/us_news-life/
     
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    Been to the Carolinas Aviation Museum, kind of small but a nice way to spend the afternoon in CLT, pretty much on airport property, a short way from the terminals.

    Once this gets on display, I'll probably try to make my way back to CLT to check it out.
     
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