本网站使用cookie。您使用并继续浏览本网站,即表示您接受这一点。
退出
您知道FlightAware航班跟踪是由广告支持吗?
通过允许展示来自FlightAware.com的广告,您可以帮助我们使FlightAware保持免费。我们努力使我们的广告保持相关性,同时不显突兀,以创造一流的体验。在FlightAware上将广告加入白名单快捷而简单,或者请您考虑选择我们的高级帐户.
退出
Back to Squawk list
  • 96

Ohio pilot disappeared without a trace

提交时间:
 
Neil Huntzinger was an expert pilot. For decades, he traveled North America, Central America and South America for profit and adventure. Then one morning, he pointed the nose of his airplane toward the horizon and vanished into thin air, leaving a mystery that has never been solved. (www.ohio.com) 更多...

Sort type: [Top] [Newest]


GraemeSmith
Graeme Smith 9
Never say never. Did an exercise with the FAA WINGS Safety team on a mountain in NH last year - looking at a wreck from the 1970's. Originally it took two years to find it - and even then it was chance that it was found. But during the initial 1970's search - trawling the mountains - they found three other "disappeared without trace" airplanes. He might still show up (but then so might Amelia!)
666adt
Andrew Turnbull 5
May I ask which mountain? I have a NH buddy who hikes many of the New England peaks. I'd like to ask him if he knows about this.
ChrisVdZee
Chris van der Zee 3
I live in NH and I've never heard of this. Very interested, please share more details. Thanks.
lbhorton
Larry Horton 2
Flew in a SAR in the 60's in South Texas. Never found anything. Lots of real estate to get lost in and never be found.
be021
be021 2
Think someone could find it on Google Maps or a satellite site if you get enough people looking?

This seems to be the same size as a Piper Cub wing(right click on the map and measure distance)... https://www.google.com/maps/place/15%C2%B058'19.4%22N+85%C2%B044'27.1%22W/@15.972044,-85.7414429,180m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m6!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d15.9720442!4d-85.7408546
Dav5049915
Dav5049915 3
I couldn't imagine a fabric wing lasting this long in that environment.
chris13
Chris Bryant 2
Cool story. Appreciate the post.
WhiteKnight77
WhiteKnight77 1
Very interesting story. Unfortunately, no one will go looking for the plane in the future and no one will ever know what happened. RIP
anthony96
anthony96 1
jbk1987
John Kulha 1
Very interesting, thanks for posting.
jackysitt15
isaac sitt 1
thanks very interesting
cgkjellman
Carl-Gustav Kjellman 1
Very interesting - cool story
johncotton
John Cotton 1
Interesting piece. Thanks for posting.

[This comment has been downvoted. Show anyway.]

Bernie20910
Bernie20910 8
I think your tinfoil is coming loose.
btweston
btweston 5
Drugs are bad, m’kay?
AWAAlum
AWAAlum -4
Ya know, "They have not found absolutely anything." translates to "They have found something."
666adt
Andrew Turnbull 3
No, I think "they have not found absolutely nothing" means "they have found something." Your formulation is missing the necessary double negative.
AWAAlum
AWAAlum -2
lol huh?
666adt
Andrew Turnbull 3
"They have not found absolutely anything" means "they have found nothing," not "they have found something."

"They have not found anything" and "they have not found absolutely anything" both mean "they have found nothing." In order for it to mean what you said it means, it needs a double negative, which is not present.
rkmacdonald
Russell MacDonald 2
How about this: They h'aint found nothin!
AWAAlum
AWAAlum -3
I disagree, however....I...
know when to hold 'em,
Know when to fold 'em,
Know when to walk away,
And know when to run.
scanware
Gene McAvoy 5
And apparently you don't know when to admit you're wrong. No double-negatives in that sentence.

登录

还没有帐户吗? 现在就注册(免费),设置诸多自定义功能、航班提醒等等!