FlightSimExpo organizers have taken yesterday to the event’s official Facebook page to share a brief insight on what is scheduled to happen in the coming three months. While last year FlightSimExpo was canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this year the event is still planned with an additional option to attend online.
Based on the timeline included in the post, the attendee registrations should open later this month. Pre-registrations began last week, and FlightSimExpo advised people who received the emails to check them for information on how to apply for the passes.
Furthermore, there will be a “roundtable” discussion with sponsors and exhibitors at the event in early March. In April 2021, the final decision will be made on the event dates and format. This will be the result of discussion with the exhibitors, especially with those who attend from overseas.
It was said at the very end of the post, that we should expect more information on the registration to become public later this week.
The event is scheduled to happen between June 4th – 6th in the Town and Country Resort in San Diego, California.
- Later this month: attendee registration opens
- Early March: roundtable discussions with sponsors and exhibitors
- April: final decision on event dates and format