The hull of U.S. Airways flight 1549 was recently towed through city streets to the site of the continuing investigation. What is interesting is that U.S. Airways has chosen not to paint out the company name and logo. Generally after an accident this is one of the first things that companies do to limit the damage to their corporate identity (see the China Airlines photo above for an example). I guess someone at U.S. Airways decided this event had a more positive spin?
U.S. Airways Flight 1549 Being towed to Harrison N.J. from Anthony Quintano on Vimeo.