Laminar Research to Unveil Next Generation of X-Plane at FSExpo 2021

Laminar Research have earlier today taken to their Facebook and Twitter pages to further detail their presence on this year’s FlightSimExpo event held in San Diego between 24th and 26th September.

Due to on-going concerns surrounding the transmission of COVID-19, we have made the difficult choice to limit our presence at FlightSimExpo in San Diego. Here are the modifications that we have made to our plans for the event.

Laminar Research on FSExpo 2021

With that being said, the team at Laminar Research has decided to limit their in-person attendance to two team members. They will not be hosting a booth at the event to reduce the risk by extended face-to-face interactions, and their landing competition’s qualifying round will be held virtually with the final round still being conducted in person.

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Additionally, among other items in the list of modifications, the company stated that their keynote event on Saturday afternoon will largely consist of a pre-recorded presentation by their development team to unveil the Next Generation of X-Plane.

If you want to learn more about the Next Generation of X-Plane, we recommend reading through our previous articles on the topic.

From what has been previewed already, we can expect the next generation of X-Plane to offer dynamic seasons as well as a completely new lighting system together with a new fleet consisting of an Airbus A330, for example.

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We should be able to get a better idea of what will the Next Generation of X-Plane bring at the event.

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