In these crashes nobody died.
All’s well that ends well. German photographer Dietmar Eckell, he once survived a plane crash began to search the Internet history of the aircraft crash, in which no one died. He managed to find 15 abandoned at the scene of the winged cars, all passengers and crew members survived. This is called “Happy End”. See unusual places of the 15 crashes that ended with a happy ending.
1. Grumman Hu-16 Albatross, Mexico, 2004. The plane crashed on the beach in 70 kilometers South of Puerto ESCONDIDO. The photographer found the wreckage in 2010, 6 years after the disaster. Local residents told the photographer that this aircraft was used by drug traffickers. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
2. Douglas C-47 Skytrain, Yukon, Canada, 1950. The plane hit a downdraft and crashed in the mountains. Despite the fact that since the disaster it’s been 65 years, and the temperature in the area can fall below -30°C, the wreckage of the plane is well preserved. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
3. Avro Shackleton, Western Sahara, 1994. Climate and armed conflicts make Sugar difficult and even dangerous place to fly. Survival after the crash was for crew members and passengers real feat. To get to the crash site of this aircraft, the photographer had to enlist the help of local partisans, and travel by trains carrying iron ore. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
4. Douglas C-47 R4D-8, Iceland, 1973. This transport aircraft of the US Navy crashed due bad weather near Vik in Iceland. Black basalt sand in a deserted place made this place very popular among photographers and cinematographers. It is easily accessible by land, unlike the sea route, the waves of the Atlantic ocean breaking on the shore with surprising force. Summer is clearly here, even at night. This photo was taken at midnight. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
5. Fairchild C-82A Packet, Alaska. In January, temperatures in this part of Alaska down to -45 ° C. Three passengers of the plane that crashed due to the fact that both engines froze and lost power, survived only thanks to a large fire, which they managed to ignite from the surrounding trees. Three days after the incident, the fire was spotted by reconnaissance aircraft, and survived a plane crash passengers were saved. The photographer managed to get Yes the wreck on a Quad. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
6. Bristol Type 170 Freighter, Northwest territories of Canada, 1956. During the emergency landing the plane was stuck in a frozen lake, breaking the wing. The photographer tracked him with GPS coordinates and persuaded a local pilot Cessny to bring him there. The wreckage is rusting outside an abandoned uranium mine. Within a radius of many miles from this place there are no settlements. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
7. Curtiss C-46 Commando, Manitoba, Canada, 1979. This aircraft during the Second world war was used as a transport, and the crews called it the “flying coffin”. In 1979, he made an emergency landing in the mountains of Manitoba which is often visited by polar bears, so the photographer had to take pictures literally in a hurry. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
8. Douglas C-47 Yukon, Canada, 1950. The wreckage of this aircraft are buried in the swamp, you can get there only very cold in the winter. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
9. Curtiss C-46 Commando, Manitoba, Canada, 1977. The plane had engine trouble and he crashed in a forest while trying to return to base. Search of the wreckage in the dense forest was no easy task. First, the photographer localized it from the air, and then maneuvered through the thick of the forest on foot. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
10. Vought F4U Corsair, 1948, Hawaii. To find the sunken fighter, the photographer had to resort to the help of instructors, local diving schools. Despite a strong current alternating in the cockpit can even sit, just need to make sure if there Muren. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
11. Fairchild C-119, 1981, Alaska. The explosion of the engine forced the pilot to land on the sandy shallow water right in the middle of the river Koyukuk. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
12. Cessna T-50, 1960, Alaska. The plane made an emergency landing in the wilderness of Alaska for a very banal reason — ran out of fuel. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
13. Cessna 310, Australia, 1993. The author of the series “happy ending” to the picture, you had to overcome 1500 kilometres through the deserts of South Australia in the month of February, when the temperatures there rise above 50°C. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
14. B-24 Liberator, Papua New Guinea, 1943. The large bomber made an emergency landing in the swamps of Papua New Guinea. The locals call the wreckage “swamp Ghost.” (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
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15. Douglas C-53 Skytrooper, Australia, 1942. The plane had to make an emergency landing due to the fact that the pilot “missed” the airport, and we ran out of fuel. (Photo: Dietmar Eckell).
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