The famous plane that landed in the Hudson River is headed to Charlotte.
The US Airways airplane that landed in the Hudson River is traveling through Delaware and Maryland on its way to its original destination.
The 120-foot fuselage left for the Carolinas Aviation Museum in Charlotte, North Carolina on Saturday from Harrison, New Jersey.
Traveling on a flatbed truck the plane crossed the Delaware Memorial Bridge on June 6th around 1pm.
The New York to Charlotte flight splash landed in the Hudson River in 2009 after the plane hit a flock of geese.
The plane has been traveling on back roads to avoid overpasses. Now that it has reached Delaware it will travel on main roads.
The wings were shipped separately.