Flight Sim Expo 2019

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FlightSimExpo is North America’s community-driven flight simulation conference. After a sold-out inaugural event that saw more than 1,100 attendees, the second-annual show is being held on June 7-9, 2019 at Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld®. Located America’s most-visited city, the event brings the North American simulation world together.

PC Pilot will be in attendance at the event to report on the latest developments in the simulation industry.
As of January 2019, there are more than 30 confirmed exhibitors for FlightSimExpo 2019, including: 1C Game Studios, Aerosoft, AFSBI, Cereal Bytes, FSElite, Gleim Aviation, Honeycomb, Infinite Flight LLC, IVAO, Javiator, Laminar Research (X-Plane), Lockheed Martin (Prepar3D), Navigraph, Orbx, RealSimGear, Redbird Flight Simulations, Sim Controls, SimInnovations, Sky Blue Radio, Stay Level Avionix, Volair Sim, and more!

For the full list of sponsors and exhibitors, or to register for the event, visit www.flightsimexpo.com.

New this year, FlightSimExpo will be running Captains’ Corner, an informative series of seminars on Friday, June 7. This series is designed for the hard-core simmer, and will discuss topics including hardware tweaking, performance tuning, getting the most out of P3D and X-Plane, and more.

Conference organizers are proud to work with local organizations and airlines to offer discounts for attendees traveling to Orlando for the show. Airline discounts are available from Delta, Southwest, and WestJet, and there are deals available at more than 70 area restaurants. Visit http://flightsimexpo.com/sponsors.html to learn more.

Attendees can book hotel rooms as part of the FlightSimExpo group rate for just $114/night (plus taxes/fees) at www.flightsimexpo.com/hotel.

We’d love to meet, or see you, in Orlando this summer. Please visit www.flightsimexpo.com for more information about the event, and to register to attend.

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