11.2.2021 – 17:16z

FlightSimExpo Launches 2021 Registrations and Confirms the Schedule

In a press release sent over to the FSNews Team from FlightSimExpo, the organizers proudly announced the launch of registrations and confirmed the schedule for this year’s event..

Not much has changed from the initial FlightSimExpo 2021 announcement post made public back in October 2020. In the press release, it was confirmed, that FlightSimExpo 2021 will be held on June 4-6,2021 in San Diego while offering an online presence alongside.

As with the previous FlightSimExpo events, the prices for the in-person attendees are the same. If you plan on attending both on Saturday and Sunday, it will cost you $70 (€58). On the other hand, if you plan on visiting on Saturday only, it will cost you only $40 (€33) and if you plan on visiting on Sunday only, it will cost you only $25 (€21).

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Captains’ Corner—an add-on educational seminar series held on Friday, June 4—is available for $10 (€8) as an add-on for in-person attendees. In-person attendees also receive complete online event access, including seminar recordings post-event.

In case you can’t or don’t want to visit in-person, you can attend the event online for $15 (€12). In-person attendees also receive complete online event access, including seminar recordings post-event.

FlightSimExpo organizers have additionally promoted, that they will be discussing the event more in-depth this Saturday at 8 PM (GMT) on Moosestaffa’s Twitch stream.

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In case of event cancellations, the community was reassured, that full refunds will be possible until June 3rd, 2021, a day before the event officially begins.

As the schedule is rather extensive, it is recommended to check it out at the FlightSimExpo website on your own. You can though expect to see seminars and discussions about topics such as virtual reality, home cockpits, or future development plans of the developers that plan to attend.

As FSNews is a FlightSimExpo 2021 Media Partner, we will bring you the latest news from the event when the time comes.

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If you want to register as an attendee for the event, you can do so through their website.

For those unfimiliar with the event, FlightSimExpo is a community-driven flight simulation conference being held in the United States since 2018. In 2019, the event attracted almost 1,700 attendees and more than 60 exhibitors.

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