Pinched this off WIRED.com:
It has been more than a month since Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger landed his stricken US Airways jet in the Hudson River, but gamers and geeks are still churning out impressive animations recreating the miraculous water landing.
Most of them are using sims like Microsoft's Flight Simulator to navigate the virtual skies over New York, and some of these wannabe pilots are going so far as to use recordings of the conversations between the flight crew and air traffic controllers to recreate the five minutes and 40 seconds of US Airways Flight 1549 with eerie accuracy.
One of our favorites, by Scene Systems, is shown above. Here are four more we really like.
This video, by YouTube user lake2407, shows a combo exterior view/cockpit perspective and includes instrument voice notifications:
Cockpit view by YouTube user sevendst:
This one from boozho.com includes a map that shows 1549's trajectory from above, and points out the little-reported fact that Flight 1549 came dangerously close to colliding with another plane:
This one by YouTube user flightsimulationguru is a little jerkier, has a weird soundtrack, slathers the plane in the wrong color scheme and gets the flight number wrong, but...
Most of the simulations were made with off-the-shelf products like Microsoft Flight Simulator, which is one of the most popular flight sims.