“Miracle” A320 Wreckage Is Up for Auction

Auction hunters and antique fans usually look for wrecks, for they have the marks of destruction, trauma and death. Many people buy wreckages so that they can remember an important that took place in the human history for worse.

The “Miracle” A320 wreckage would thus be auctioned off, and the lucky owner would get to keep it as is. The remains of the Airbus 320 was made famous when last year Hudson’s ditching went to the auction block. If you are interested in getting this wreck, you should contact the Chartis Aerospace Insurance Services. Within the next 45 days, an inspection would be scheduled and the aircraft would be sold off “as is”.

This means, the buyer has to take the responsibility of moving the wreck or pay up for the rent of keeping it. It should be moved from Kearny, N.J., by April 10. Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger and Jeff Skiles piloted the Airbus 320 and it was ditched in Hudson after the engines failed. However there were no casualties and everyone on board survived. This was a great moment to revel as many lives were saved.

Via: AV web

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