US Airways Flight 1549

Jeppesen honors Sullenberger, FO Jeff Skiles, and the other crew members of US Airways Flt 1549

This is an actual approach chart that Jeppesen made, mounted, and presented as a gift to Capt Sullenberger, FO Jeff Skiles, and the other crew members of US Airways Flt 1549.

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Today in Aviation History
July 23, 1930: Glenn Hammond Curtiss, one of the great pioneers of aviation dies at Buffalo, NY, age 52. The son of a clergyman, Curtiss devoted himself to the development of motorcycles when a young man and developed interest in aviation during the 1902-1905 period. Curtiss "hydroplane" aircraft went on to effect the progress of aviation around the world including the development of deck takeoffs and landings which led to aircraft carriers.