Calspan performs development research into automobile airbag systems.
Learjet N101VS, a highly modified variable stability aircraft, becomes operational.
Calspan initiates testing of child automobile restraint systems.
Calspan-SRL: System Research Laboratory (of Dayton, Ohio) is acquired and the company becomes Calspan-SLR.
Calspan-SLR receives a major sub-contract from General Dynamics for development and modification of an F-16D into The Variable Stability In-flight Simulator Test Aircraft (VISTA).
The Transonic Wind Tunnel reaches 100,000 hours of test operation.
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