The plane which crashed into the Hudson River in New York on Thursday was lifted out of the water on Saturday.
Experts planned the whole operation really carefully, because investigators wanted to lift the plane out in one piece.
The wreckage had been towed to the side of the river and tied to a pier. Huge cranes were brought to help lift it out.
The aircraft, which was really heavy because it was full of water, was placed on a huge boat.
Amazingly, everyone on board survived the crash, and made their way out onto the wings, before being taken to safety.
Investigators hope three special boxes called flight recorders, which store information, will tell them more about why the plane crashed.
The pilot, Captain Chesley Sullenberger, has said he thinks the crash was caused by birds flying into the engines.