1832 - Birth of Roberto Adolfo (Robert Adolf) Chodasiewicz, Polish born argentinian military engineer and pioneering military aeronaut.
1936 - Birth of Jack Robert Lousma, NASA astronaut and politician.
1956 - 1st Gloster Javelin, british interceptor T-tailed delta-wing aircraft designed for night and all-weather operations and last aircraft to bear the Gloster name, is introduced in service
1960 - 1st Flight of The Beechcraft Baron, American light, twin-engined piston aircraft
1964 - President Lyndon Johnson publicly acknowledges the existence of the Lockheed A-12 Mach 3+ spy plane program and shows a picture that is actually an YF-12A.
1964 - British-Eagle-Flight 802/6 Bristol Britannia 312 crashed into the Glungezer mountain near Innsbruck killing all 83 people aboard.
1976 - Death of Grover Cleveland Loening, American aircraft manufacturer.
1984 - 1st flight of The Eurocopter AS565 Panther, military version of the Eurocopter AS365 Dauphin medium-weight multi-purpose twin-engine helicopter.
1996 - Soyuz TM-22, Russian mission to Mir, is back on earth.
1996 - Faucett Flight 251 Boeing 737-222, registration OB-1451, crashes in the Andes, while on approach to Rodriguez Ballon Airport in Arequipa, Peru, killing 123 people.
1996 - 1st flight of The Cessna Citation Excel (Model 560XL), American turbofan-powered, medium-sized business jet aircraft.
1996 – WestJet, Canadian low-cost airline, begins operations.
2000 - 1st flight of The Mikoyan Project 1.44/1.42 'FlatPack', Russian technology demonstrator incorporating numerous fifth-generation fighter aspects such as advanced avionics, stealth, supermaneuoverability and supercruise.
2008 - Death of Kenji Yanagiya, Japanese Navy WWII Flying ace, only escort fighter pilot of the Yamamoto mission to survive the war.