Sullenberger set to fly again at US Airways

09/29/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

US Airways announced Monday that Capt. Chesley Sullenberger, the pilot credited with saving 155 lives in January's "Miracle on the Hudson" incident, is set to return to work as a management pilot and a member of the airline's safety team. "I have missed working with my colleagues at US Airways and am eager to get back in the cockpit with my fellow pilots in the months ahead," said Sullenberger, who had to undergo additional flight training following his extended absence. "We welcome Capt. Sullenberger back to work," said CEO Doug Parker.

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