Airwar over Denmark

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Bf 109G belly landed near Constantinsborg west of Aarhus 6/12 1944.


The aircraft belonged to Flzg 1 and was coded ?
T/o Germany.  Op: Transfer to Aalborg.


The Bf 109G was on a transfer flight from Germany to Fliegerhorst Aalborg when its pilot noticed that the other Bf 109G crashed in a filed near True.
The pilot choosed to belly land his aircraft at approximately 14:45 hrs to see what had happened to his companion.
Afterwards the pilot was taken to Aarhus to report the crash to the Standordkommandatur.
The aircraft was dismantled over the next couple of days and loaded on a truck and taken away.


 
Sources: JJ, LBUK.
 
 
 
 

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