FSExpo Exhibitors List Published

The upcoming FSExpo, that is going to occur in Houston, TX, on June 23rd to 25th, has got its partners, exhibitors and sponsors published. All of this information was shared via the FSExpo website.


This year’s FSExpo, the largest flight simulation exhibition in the world is going to be sponsored by numerous companies, content creators and add-on developers. Among the diamond, or, the most important sponsors, we can find famous names and brands such as iniBuilds, Prepar3D, PMDG, Thrustmaster and Navigraph.

According to the motto of FSExpo, this exhibition is completely community-driven. Meaning, that there is also a sponsor from the community. Q8Pilot, a YouTube content creator, well-known for his reviews, first looks and other flight simulation videos, is ranked as a platinum sponsor, alongside Just Flight and FLYING.

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Speaking of the exhibitors, that are interesting the most for everyone willing to attend the exhibition, you can find a plethora of developers and companies, the famous ones, also the less famous ones.

Some of the exhibitors

  • Laminar Research
  • Orbx
  • Flybywire
  • Aerosoft
  • Navigraph
  • Simmarket
  • Thrustmaster
  • Honeycomb Aeronautical
  • Virtualfly

Lastly, there are also real-world aviation and training academies attending the event. These are going to be Aero Group, Commemorative Air Force, Gleim Aviation, List Academy and lastly, FLYING.

Lastly, we should also mention that we are one of the media partners of FSExpo. This grants you 10 % off your tickets by applying our code “FSNews” on checkout. You can also read about this exhibition in our different article here.

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