The Case of the Submerged Aircraft is the second short story in the sixth anthology of Biggles Air Police short stories entitled Biggles Presses On. The anthology was first published in January, 1958.
Biggles investigates a report of a submerged aircraft in a highland loch. The trail eventually leads to a man wanted for many years for the murder of his wife.
See article under Alva Murray for a detailed summary of the plot.
The Special Air PoliceEdit
- Air Commodore Raymond
- Algy Lacey
- Ginger Hebblethwaite
- Bertie Lissie
- Old lodge nearby - once the Number Seven Commando Training Unit
- In British aircraft registrations, the hyphen comes after the "G" and should read G-BXKL. As the letters after the "G" were allocated mostly in alphabetical orderfrom AAAA onwards, BXKL was not used until the 1990s. G-BXKL was allocated in 1997 to a Bell 206 helicopter.