• FlightSimExpo 2019 Launches Discounted Advance Registration

    FlightSimExpo 2019

    Register now for the best prices on FlightSimExpo 2019_for a limited time, tickets to attend North America's second annual community-driven flight simulation conference are just $50!

    ORLANDO - December 17, 2018 - After a sold-out inaugural event last summer, FlightSimExpo has just launched discounted Advanced Registration for its 2019 Orlando event, for a limited time. The first 200 attendees can purchase their tickets now for the June 7-9, 2019 conference for just $50!

    To register, visit www.flightsimexpo.com. Registration includes full, two-day event access, entrance to all seminars and panels, morning refreshments on Saturday and Sunday, and free appetizers and drinks during a social event on Saturday afternoon.

    "We are pleased to announce that registration rates will be the same as in 2018," says Phil Coyle, conference co-founder. "The $50 discounted rate is available for the first 200 all-weekend registrants, before prices go up to $70."

    "Captains' Corner is in direct response to community feedback," said Evan Reiter, conference co-founder. "We are excited to see simmers come out to ask questions and learn from leading industry developers on a wide variety of topics."

    Captains' Corner seminars take place beginning at 12:30pm on Friday, June 7. The main event runs 9:00am - 5:30pm on Saturday, June 8, and 9:00am - 3:00pm on Sunday, June 9. A social event, featuring free drinks and appetizers, takes place on the exhibit floor from 5:30 - 7:00pm on Saturday, and is open to all attendees.

    FlightSimExpo 2019 will be at Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld®, located 5 minutes from Orlando's International Drive and featuring free transportation to major attractions and world-class shopping. Attendees can take advantage of the FlightSimExpo group rate on hotel rooms by visiting www.flightsimexpo.com/hotel. Information about travel discounts from WestJet, Delta Airlines, and Lyft is available at www.flightsimexpo.com.

    FlightSimExpo is also proud to announce 2019 media partnerships with AFSBI, CockpitBuilders.com, FlightSim.Com, FlightSim AdWork, flusinews.de, FSElite, HeliSimmer, JetStream Radio, MyDearDrone, PC Flight, PC Pilot, SimRussia, Sky Blue Radio, The Traffic Pattern, Threshold, and Twitch streamers catstrator, chillywillies, and Brenden – dirkadurka. Exhibitor registration opens in January, and the conference looks forward to announcing the first round of confirmed exhibitors in early 2019. FlightSimExpo encourages potential exhibitors, prospective speakers, and media partners to visit www.flightsimexpo.com/partner for more information about getting involved with our event.

    Please stay in touch! Check out videos of our 2018 event on YouTube, or like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for the latest event details. See you in Orlando.

    About FlightSimExpo

    FlightSimExpo is North America's community-driven flight simulation conference. The first FlightSimExpo was held in 2018 at Flamingo Las Vegas Resort, drawing more than 1,100 simmers along with 45 exhibitors and over 20 speakers. The second annual event takes place at Renaissance Orlando on June 7-9, 2019. FlightSimExpo is proudly produced by active members of the flight simulation community.


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