German fighter Focke Wulf type (FW) 190, which crashed in the sea near the town of Bergen in Norway on December 15, 1943 during World War II, raised from the seabed on 2 November 2006. Conditions of combat aircraft wreckage was in a state of relatively intact and quite good. German fighter pilot who fell into the sea, when it managed to escape.
The plan FW 190 types of aircraft wreckage, will be exhibited at the museum Herdia, west of Norway near Bergen.
German fighter type FW 190 manned a similar kind as the plane that crashed in the sea near Bergen in Norway on December 15, 1943 mentioned above. This single-engine fighter aircraft designed by Kurt Tank professor, an aircraft engineer, at the end of 1930 and is widely used by the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) during World War II.