Lockerbie: the attack that changed air travel forever
Exactly 30 years ago on 21 December 1988, the aircraft of the American company PanAm exploded over the Scottish town of Lockerbie.
The airliner, EN route flight from London to new York, crashed on the Scottish town of Lockerbie.
Killed all 259 people aboard the plane and 11 people on the ground.
Subsequently, the attack — the largest in the history of modern Britain — a lot has changed in aviation security forever.
What measures were introduced after the tragedy at Lockerbie, says the expert of Agency “Safety of flights” Sergey Melnichenko in an interview with bi-Bi-si Ben Tonerom.
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