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1) military

1.1 Swiss

Type

-Vampire, 26.9.1951, Le Bouveret, mouth of the Rhône, the most part recovered              1 photo of a Vampire flying, same as the one which fell into the Léman
  have a look at : Register of underwater wrecks in Switzerland

1.2 Foreigners
according to the document which lists all the landings and falls between 1939 and 1945,
contrary to what we have been hearing, no plane fell into the Léman (lake of Geneva) during 2nd world war.

The two cases of the region are : 2 Lancaster bombers, during the night 12-13.7.1943:
-one crashed against the mountain above Le Bouveret, the ED412/EM-Q, follow that link www.207squadron.rafinfo.org.uk/lebouveret
-and the other one at Thyon above Sion, the ED531, follow that link www.warbird.ch/contento/Berichte/Abstürze/VS

On that list, neither fall into lake of Neuchâtel.
  have a look at : Register of underwater wrecks in Switzerland


2) civilians

Type             weight              depth

-Piper             1,5t                205m                                                      1 photo of a Piper flying, same as the one which fell into the Léman   

-Cessna         1,3t                200m                                                                      1 photo of a Cessna flying, same as the one which fell into the Léman   

-Piper                                    60m

-Piper                                      ?

-floatplane
Lioré-Olivier H-13  2,5t              shall not sink                                                     photos of LeO H-13 communicated by R. B.         29.03.16

  have a look at : Register of underwater wrecks in Switzerland