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Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International (FLL / KFLL)
USA - Florida, January 18, 2009
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N408NV (cn 53246/1918) New aircraft for Allegiant - Ex FlyNordic (SE-RFB) and Finnair (OH-LMZ). Sporting Blue Man Group titles.
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Airbus A320-214
Off-Airport - New York
USA - New York, January 18, 2009
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N106US (cn 1044) A tug boat stands by the barge holding the remains of N106US in the Hudson River. On Thursday, January 15, operating as US Flight 1549 from LGA to CLT, the aircraft experienced dual engine failure, believed caused by bird strikes shortly after departing LGA. The flight crew was able to successfully ditch the A320 into the Hudson River alongside Manhattan. A quick response by the local water taxi company, along with others, resulted in the rescue of all 155 passengers and crew!
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USA - New York, January 17, 2009
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N106US (cn 1044) A recovery worker stands next to the shattered number 2 engine of N106US after the plane was removed from the Hudson River. On Thursday, January 15, operating as US Flight 1549 from LGA to CLT, the aircraft experienced dual engine failure, believed caused by bird strikes shortly after departing LGA. The flight crew successfully ditched the A320 into the Hudson River and all 155 passengers and crew were successfully rescued.
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