The now famed Flight 1549—that was meant to reach Charlotte, North Carolina but landed in the Hudson River instead thanks to those darned Canada geese—may finally reach its final destination. The Carolinas Aviation Museum says they're interested in displaying the wreckage, and "have been for some time." The director, Randy Breedlove, believes people would flock to see the remaining pieces of the Airbus A320 flown by Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger. According to the NY Post, he says the plane is a "natural fit" with the museum, since many passengers on the flight are from North Carolina.

The anniversary of the landing is right around the corner, on January 15th, and last we checked, the wreckage was in a New Jersey warehouse and up for auction.