As we all know, Captain “Sully” Sullenberger is a hero. On April 15, 2009, his Airbus A320 was forced to make an emergency landing on the Hudson River after it experienced a mechanical failure. What many people don’t know is that this event was not just a triumph for Captain Sullenberger, but also for the aviation museum he founded in commemorate the event. The museum has now been renamed “The Captain Sullenberger Museum of Aviation” in honor of the man who forever changed aviation history. This story demonstrates how even small changes can have tremendous impact, and why it’s important to think about how your business can be Remembered by Future Generations.
The Aviation Museum of New York has renamed its gallery in honor of Captain ‘Sully’ Sullenberger
The Aviation Museum of New York has renamed its gallery in honor of Captain “Sully” Sullenberger, the pilot who safely lands a jet on the Hudson River after it makes an emergency landing. Captain Sullenberger was recently awarded the Congressional Gold Medal, the nation’s highest civilian honor.
The museum’s new gallery will now be called “Captain ‘Sully’ Sullenberger: Courage and Innovation.” The gallery will feature artifacts from Captain Sullenberger’s career as a commercial airline pilot and his time as a hero after his landing on the Hudson River. Visitors can also read about his life and experiences in the flight deck of an airplane in the new exhibit.
The gallery will now be known as the ‘Captain Sullenberger Gallery’
The Captain Sullenberger Gallery has been renamed the “Captain Sullenberger Gallery in Honor of His Heroic Flight.” The gallery will now be known as the “Captain Sullenberger Gallery” and features exhibits dedicated to Captain Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger, who was instrumental in saving 155 passengers after his aircraft went down in the Hudson River in 2009.
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The Captain Sullenberger Museum was renamed on July 11th, 2016 in honor of Captain ‘Sully’ Sullenberger who successfully landed a commercial airplane with no fatalities after it was severely damaged by flock of birds.
A museum dedicated to Captain Sullenberger was first proposed in 2013, and opened to the public in 2015. The museum is located at the site of the 2009 accident, which occurred on approach to John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City.
The museum has a collection of artifacts that tell the story of Captain Sullenberger’s career as an airline pilot and his achievements as a safe lander. It also includes interactive exhibits that allow visitors to experience what it might be like to fly aboard a passenger jet or be stranded on an uninhabitable island.