Safety training gets boost from successful splash landing

Even before an Airbus A320 ditched in the Hudson River last week, federal regulators were calling for increased safety training for flight attendants -- a move that could gain momentum following the quick evacuation of Flight 1549. The NTSB has vowed to "look at everything that happened" to make the splash landing "so survivable," and experts say the experience will likely make the industry "more receptive" to additional training requirements.

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