Black Box: Season 2, Episode 2

Sky Crimes (22 Jul. 1998)

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The programme investigates real-life cases of airborne terrorism and looks at the work of people charged with solving these cases. Events discussed are the Pacific Southwest Airlines flight... See full summary »

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The programme investigates real-life cases of airborne terrorism and looks at the work of people charged with solving these cases. Events discussed are the Pacific Southwest Airlines flight which crashed in California on December 7 1987 and the hi-jacking of a Federal Express jet in the United States in 1994. The report also looks at the work of Walter Korsgaard of the bomb investigation section of the Federal Aviation Administration. Since Lockerbie, attempts have been made to make aircraft more resistant to bombs. The film includes footage of tests undertaken at the British Research Defence Establishment at Bruntingthorpe, Leicester. Written by Darlow Smithson Productions

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