Chesley Sullenberger , the heroic pilot who safely landed Flight 1549 in the middle of New York City's Hudson River on January 15, has changed his first TV interview that was promised to NBC's Today, to 60 Minutes.
The interview that was to take place on January 19, was postponed without giving a reason. According to E! Online, the pilots' union wanted to give the National Transportation Safety Board investigation a little more time before allowing Sullenberger to speak.
The pilot will be interviewed by Couric, who anchors CBS Evening News, and contributes to 60 Minutes, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
The pilot and entire crew will be interviewed for a 60 Minutes episode February 8.