Flight Simulation Association (FSA) Launched

After two days of discussions within the flight simulation community after an image saying “Something BIG is coming” was shared by multiple flight simulation companies, the launch of the Flight Simulation Association (FSA) was announced by the FSExpo organizers.

Flight Simulation Association, made in partnership with over 50 developers and content creators, is a hub offering discounts, webinars, and learning resources in form of guides, for example.

Like with FlightSimExpo, we are hoping to spur an independed, simmer-driven effort to promote our hobby.

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Evan Reiter, co-founder of Flight Simulation Association & FlightSimExpo

Major flight simulation companies like Orbx, Lockheed Martin, A2A Simulations, Navigraph, Aerosoft, Just Flight, iniBuilds, and Laminar Research partnered up with the Flight Simulation Association.

The association promises to be a useful learning resource for both new and experienced flight simmers. There are already numerous webinars scheduled from flight simulation companies addressing some interesting topics such as scenery development or home cockpit building.

There is already a plethora of available discounts for the association members worth over $500, or €420. A range of guides is also already available for the association members, three of which are free for everyone to read through as examples.

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If you would like to join the association and get access to the discounts, guides, and webinars, you will need to register through their website and pay a yearly fee set to $30. There is a free trial available for the first month.

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