FlightSimExpo 2021 exhibitor list is up!

FlightSimExpo tends to attract plenty of well known companies from around the world of flight simulation and this 2021 hybrid in person and online event is the same with the list of sponsors and exhibitors just released yesterday. Let’s have a look at who is coming!

From hardware to software developers

A wide variety of software and hardware developers are going to be in-person at the 2021 FlightSimExpo being held at the Town and Country Resort in San Diego, CA on September 24-26th. The sponsors range from companies like Prepar3D, Honeycomb, X-Plane and Thrustmaster to communities like Fly Virtual and VATSIM.

The full list is available here on the FSExpo 2021 website or in the graphic below.

Attending virtually

My coverage this year will unfortunately be virtual. Border restrictions are still currently in place. While that may change by September, things do remain a bit uncertain here. September will also be a challenging month with my professional schedule and the continued uncertainty compounding together.

FSExpo 2019 was a fantastic experience and so if you’re able to go to 2021 and feel safe to do so, definitely consider it as a potential option. I’m excited and hopeful to be there, in person, for 2022.

For more information about this year’s expo, visit the FSExpo website right over here for more information about exhibitors, the expo itself, promo rates on flights and more.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Franz says:

    Asobo does not belong to the community ?

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      So far they don’t appear to be participating.

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  2. CanadaOne says:

    No DCS either?

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    1. ShamrockOneFive says:

      They have never been an exhibitor to date. That said, Matt Wagner has previously been at the expo. I even had a chance to introduce myself.

      Hopefully one day we will see Eagle Dynamics and 1CGS and maybe some other developers develop some sort of presence. To date it’s been very civil aviation oriented (which is fine too).

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