January 25, 1994 The Clementine lunar orbiter is launched.
February 3-11, 1994 Sergei Krikolev becomes the first Russian crew member to fly aboard the Space Shuttle.
March 29, 1994 Northrop acquires Grumman; the merger is effective May 18, 1994.
March 30, 1994 The Pilatus PC-12 gets Swiss certification.
June 12, 1994 The Boeing 777 makes its first flight.
September 13, 1994 The A300-600ST Super Transporter makes its first flight.
December 1994 Lockheed merges with Martin-Mariertta.
December 16, 1994 The Antonov AN-70 turboprop transport makes its first flight.
January 5, 1995 Ben Rich, of Lockheed "Skunk Works" fame, dies at the age of 69.
February 3-11, 1995 The Space Shuttle Discovery flies by Mir in preparation for a future docking mission.
February 18-21, 1995 Steve Fossett makes the first solo transpacific balloon flight from Seoul, South Korea to Leader, Saskatchewan, Canada, a distance of 5,430 miles.
March 31, 1995 The Cirrus SR-20 makes its first flight; it features a built-in parachute.
April 11, 1995 T. Keith Glennan, the first head of NASA, dies at the age of 90.
April 26, 1995 A MiG-29 sets an altitude record of 90,092 feet.
May 31, 1995 The FAA certifies its first aircraft from China, a Model Y-12 Harbin.
June 2, 1995 Captain Scott Grady is shot down and rescued in Bosnia.
June 30, 1995 The Luftwaffe conducts its first combat operation in nearly 50 years, in support of NATO forces in Bosnia.
August 11, 1995 The EMBRAER EMB-145 makes its first flight.
November 29, 1995 The McDonnell Douglas (Boeing) Super Hornet F/A-18E makes its first flight.