Ignite Flight Academy, based in Lincoln, Nebraska, is expanding their one-G Advanced Aviation Training Device (AATD) fleet with the acquisition of an additional one-G Foundation 1G-650 AATD. Ignite Flight Academy has incorporated the Foundation into their current Part 141 and Part 61 Professional Pilot Program, requiring that learners utilize the devices during their entire progression through each FAA certificate and rating.

one-G AATDs are specifically designed for high volume flight schools and have three components: the flight simulator, the Instructor Operator Station (IOS), and the web-based Portal, which are seamlessly integrated.

"We are committed to providing our students with the most cost-effective elevated training experience possible, and the one-G Foundation will help us achieve that goal,” said Bill Heckathorn, President of Ignite Flight Academy. “With its advanced features, realistic instrumentation, and avionics that emulate our actual fleet of aircraft, we are confident that our students will be well prepared for their careers in aviation."