The following is an introductory list of resources that provide information regarding the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, the investigation, and the ways in which the victims have been remembered.
Part of the Special Collections Research Center at Syracuse University Libraries, the Pan Am Flight 103/Lockerbie Air Disaster Archives is the primary repository for archival information about the Dec. 21, 1988 disaster, its aftermath, and the lives of those who were lost.
Situated by the Lockerbie Air Disaster Memorial and Garden of Remembrance in Lockerbie, Scotland, Dryfesdale Lodge Visitors’ Centre is not just a memorial to the disaster but is also a tribute to the tight-knit community of Lockerbie. Since opening, the centre welcomes many thousands of visitors from home and abroad each year.
Comprised of family members and friends of those whose lives ended when a terrorist bomb exploded on Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland on Dec. 21, 1988, Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, Inc. is the largest active group of victims’ families, friends, and allies in the United States. They are committed to seeking the truth about this tragedy and keeping the memory of their loved ones alive.
Produced in conjunction with the 30th anniversary of the bombing in 2018, the FBI’s Remembering Pan Am Flight 103 feature includes a robust series of video interviews and other resources documenting the disaster, the impact on victims’ families and communities, the town of Lockerbie, and the legacy of Pan Am Flight 103 within counterterrorism investigations and victim services.