The U.S. Airways plane that miraculously landed on the Husdson River off New York City in January 2009, saving lives of all onboard, was taken to the Carolinas Aviation Museum on Saturday.
The body of the aircraft, without wings, will be on permanent display at the museum in Charlotte, North Carolina, which was the destination of the flight on the day of incidence.
The Airbus A320 got stuck by a flock of geese soon after take-off from New York's LaGuardia airport on January 15, 2009, that blew out the engines of the aircraft. It was the skillful landing by pilot Chesley 'Sully' Sullenberger on Hudson River that saved lives of all passengers and crew members onboard.
The incident remained in international spotlight as such an occurrence has been very rare in the history of emergency landings.
Below are some of the latest pictures of the ruptured aircraft on its way to the museum: