Founded in to be the voice of the aviation industry, RTCA is chartered by the FAA to operate federal advisory committees, and serves as the premier venue for developing consensus among diverse, competing interests, producing performance standards, policy and operational recommendations that are used by the government as the basis for regulations, as well as priorities for investments in the modernization of the air transportation system. Recognition as an organization committed to the consensus technical and policy recommendation process. Telephone: Fax: E-Mail: info rtca. RTCA produces minimum performance standards and guidance materials that are requested by the FAA and become a partial basis of FAA regulations for aviation systems and equipage.
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