We’re now just days away from Flight-Sim Expo 2019 in Orlando Florida and that means that registration is closing soon. Last chance to register is coming up tomorrow so those of you making last minute decisions – now’s the time!
Press release and other show details
Here’s the latest press release with all kinds of show details and last minute booking options:
ORLANDO – June 3, 2019 – It’s the last chance to register in advance for FlightSimExpo 2019! Online registration closes at 11:59pm ET on Tuesday, June 4. Visit www.flightsimexpo.com.
FlightSimExpo online registration is $80, and includes two-day tradeshow floor access, panels and seminars, a conference bag, drinks and appetizers, and a 6-month membership with the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA). For pilots, the event also offers an FAA WINGS – Pilot Proficiency Program seminar hosted by the Orlando FAAST Program Manager.
FlightSimExpo 2019 will welcome more than 1,000 attendees and 60 exhibitors to Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld® on June 7-9, 2019. More information, sponsors, registration, and the schedule is available at www.flightsimexpo.com. For information on travel discounts, nearby discounted attractions, and discounted FBO fees for pilots, visit www.flightsimexpo.com/venue.html.
Beginning June 5, unregistered attendees will be able to sign up at www.flightsimexpo.com for on-site registration. Attendees will also be able to register on-site.
Can’t attend in person? This year, all Saturday and Sunday seminars will be livestreamed and recorded, courtesy of Gleim Aviation. The simulation community is invited to join the event online, for free, at http://www.fselite.net/fsexpo19. In addition to livestreams from each of the seminar rooms, FSElite’s FSExpo Hub also includes content from the event floor and on-site interviews. Following FlightSimExpo, seminar videos will be published on the FlightSimExpo YouTube channel.
We invite the community to connect with FlightSimExpo on Facebook and follow FlightSimExpo on Twitter. See you in Orlando!
Last year the event was sold out with 1,100 simmers joining 45 exhibitors and over 20 speakers at the inaugural event in Las Vegas. This year promises to be bigger!
As I’ve mentioned in prior posts, I’ll be on site to check out the expo this year and I’m going to be trying to get to as many booths as possible to bring you the latest in flight sim aviation news. 1CGS will have a booth there and I’m hoping to spend a fair bit of time there but I will also be checking out a couple dozen other vendors. I’ve pre-arranged some meetings with a couple of companies as well and there should be one interesting announcement while I’m there.
Also don’t forget that 1CGS will be doing their world premier of their Me262 jet fighter for IL-2: Battle of Bodenplatte. It’ll be available in VR on 6DOF motion rigs so this should be interesting! Stay tuned!