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How did ARINC start—and evolve into the leader in transportation communications and systems engineering?

Incorporated December 2, 1929, Aeronautical Radio, Inc., was chartered by the Federal Radio Commission (later to become the Federal Communications Commission) to serve as the airline industry's "single licensee and coordinator of radio communication outside of the government." The corporation's stock was held by the four major airlines of the day.

Soon the company, known in the industry as ARINC, took on responsibility for all ground-based, aeronautical radio stations and for ensuring station compliance with FRC rules and regulations. From this base technology, we expanded our understanding of—and contributions to—the rapidly emerging world of transportation communications, continuing to support the commercial aviation industry, as well as the U.S. military.

And over 75 years later, we continue to innovate and expand our capabilities to serve the aviation, airports, defense, government, and transportation industries with over 150 innovative products and services. As always, our focus is on meeting the needs of our customers—today and tomorrow.

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