ASRI versus ARINC

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Larry51

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I'm trying to update the aviation section of my database. I noticed that a lot of the ARINC licensed frequencies in the Norfolk area have been replaced by frequencies licensed to Aviation Spectrum Resources Inc (ASRI).

In checking around, I find that ARINC is still in business, so I'm not sure what's going on. Can anyone shed some light as to what's going on?
 

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Interesting. According to their website, ARINC still holds the licenses for the ACARS sites nationwide. But ASRI now holds the licenses for all the fixed ground stations locally.
 

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I'm trying to update the aviation section of my database. I noticed that a lot of the ARINC licensed frequencies in the Norfolk area have been replaced by frequencies licensed to Aviation Spectrum Resources Inc (ASRI).

In checking around, I find that ARINC is still in business, so I'm not sure what's going on. Can anyone shed some light as to what's going on?
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I believe the change took place in 2010. ARSI is housed in the same address on Riva Road as ARINC. I am unclear as to why the need arose to make the change out of the ARINC name. All the processes and forms are basically copies of the old ARINC forms with a new letterhead pasted on. I deal with this organization from time to time on business.

Mark
 
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