MicroWINGS Conference Formally Announced
DALLAS, TEXAS - MicroWINGS, the largest association of flight simulation enthusiasts, publishers, manufacturers, retailers, and distributors, has announced their year 2000 Conference on Flight Simulation. This year, the 4-day conference will be held from May 18th to the 21st, with a bonus Developer’s Day on May 22nd, at the DoubleTree Hotel in Bellevue, Washington.
In addition to a wealth of information to be during the general sessions, attendees will also have the opportunity to tour the Seattle International Airport’s Tower and TRACON facilities, Alaska Airlines’ Flight Training facilities, the Boeing Manufacturing Plant, the Seattle Museum of Flight, fly in a real seaplane, and even log time in a FlightSafety Boeing 777 simulator.
Many consider this conference to be a virtual flight sim heaven for the attendees, but it is also a great chance for industry players to catch up on new technology, gather extensive feedback from users of flight simulations, and to network with the many vendors, developers, distributors, and publishers who are expected to attend including Microsoft, Jeppesen, Looking Glass, FlightSafety, Aviation Teachware, AETI, Pilots Software, Flight Sim Central, the FAA, and others.
Detailed information on attending and/or participating as an attendee or company representative (including the opportunity to be a conference sponsor) is available on the MicroWINGS website at http://www.microwings.com/conference.