AV5 Lockerbie Air Disaster
£75.00 + VAT
On the 21st December 1988, 31,000 feet above the small Scottish town of Lockerbie, PAN Am flight 103 destined for New York exploded in mid air.
The Lockerbie Air Disaster video catalogues the events leading up to the explosion using live footage photographic stills and computerised graphics. It’s clearly shows what happened, what went wrong and the mistakes made. It examines the training issues raised by the disaster and looks at the main lessons which can be learned in order that the mistakes are never repeated.
Ideal for training courses and seminars, the video is suitable for all airline and airport staff.