The co-pilot of a plane that crashed in Buffalo, New York, in February was feeling ill and had considered backing out of the flight, according to a cockpit voice recorder transcript released Monday by the National Transportation Safety Board. “You know, we’ll see how it feels flying,” First Officer Rebecca Shaw said as the plane prepared for takeoff.
Fatigue affecting the flight crew may have contributed to a plane crash that killed 50 people in February near Buffalo, New York, according to testimony at an investigative hearing. National Transportation Safety Board hearings this week suggested that crews on a number of airlines could be suffering from lack of sleep
Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger says he’ll take to the skies again — as soon as he can shake Flight 1549 out of his head.