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The story of sully watch full online, an American pilot who became a hero after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order to save the flight's passengers and crew.

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The story of Chesley Sullenberger, an American pilot who became a hero after landing his damaged plane on the Hudson River in order to save the flight's passengers and crew.

On Thursday, January 15th, 2009, the world witnessed the "Miracle on the Hudson" when Captain Chesley Sullenberger, nicknamed "Sully" & is portrayed by Tom Hanks glided his disabled plane onto the frigid waters of the Hudson River, saving the lives of all 155 aboard. However, even as Sully was being heralded by the public and the media for his unprecedented feat of aviation skill, an investigation was unfolding that threatened to destroy his reputation and his career. Written by Warner Bros.

On January 15, 2009, US Airways pilots Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger and First Officer Jeffrey Skiles board US Airways Flight 1549 from LaGuardia Airport to Charlotte Douglas International Airport. Barely three minutes into the flight, at an approximate altitude of 2,800 feet (approx. 850 m), the Airbus A320 hits a flock of Canada geese, disabling both engines. Without engine power or airports within a safe distance, Teterboro Airport being the closest, Sully decides to ditch the aircraft on the Hudson River. Sully manages to land the aircraft in the Hudson without any casualties. The press and public immediately hail him as a hero, but the incident leaves him with PTSD, repeatedly envisioning the plane crashing into a building.

Afterwards, Sully learns that preliminary data reports from ACARS suggest that the left engine was still running at idle. Theoretically, this would have left him with enough power to return to LaGuardia or land at Teterboro. Furthermore, the board of inquiry claims that several confidential computerized flight simulations created from all available data conclude that the plane could have been landed safely at either airport even with both engines disabled. Sully, however, maintains that he lost both engines, which left him without sufficient time, speed, or altitude to safely land at any airport.

Sully realizes that the NTSB is angling to have the accident deemed pilot error, which would effectively end his career. In a bid to save his reputation, he arranges to have the simulator pilots available for live demonstrations at the public hearing on the accident. When both simulations land at the airport successfully, Sully counters that the simulations were unrealistic because the pilots immediately knew what actions to take, thus eliminating the human factor and not accounting for the amount of time that pilots would have needed in reality to assess their situation and attempt unsuccessfully to restart failed engines, as was the case with Sully and Skiles. When pressed, the board admits that the simulator pilots were allowed multiple practice sessions prior to the successful simulations shown at the hearing.

Conceding Sully's point, the board orders a rerun of the simulations with a 35-second pause after the bird strikes before any emergency diversions are attempted. When revised accordingly, the LaGuardia simulation ends with the flight plowing through the lead-in lights short of the runway, and the Teterboro simulation with the flight crashing into a building short of the airport.

After a short break, the board reveals that the left engine has been recovered from the Hudson River, showing indisputable signs that it was completely destroyed by the bird strikes. In light of these findings, the board officially finds that the loss of US Airways Flight 1549 was unavoidable, and that Sullenberger acted correctly in executing the only viable option available to him as the pilot in command to save the lives of all aboard. When asked if he would have done anything differently, First Officer Skiles replies: "I would have done it in July."

The end credits feature a reunion montage of the real passengers and crew of Flight 1549 at the Carolinas Aviation Museum, where the accident aircraft is on display.

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