FlightSimExpo 2020 Dates and Venue Announced

Monday, August 5, 2019

As confirmed at the conclusion of this year's FlightSimExpo (2019), the annual conference will be returning to where it started in 2018, Las Vegas.

Specifically, it will be held at Tropicana, from the 12th to the 14th of June, with registration set to open later this year.

This year's event in Orlando saw nearly 1,700 people attend the event and over 60 exhibitors from around the world.

Speaking about the event, co-founder Phil Coyle said "we are once again excited to bring FlightSimExpo back to Las Vegas, and to the city voted on by the community."

FlightSimExpo's 2020 venue and location was primarily chosen by the community, as Phil goes on to say "we used social media, surveys, and email conversations with developers over the past several months to pick the date and location that the community wanted most."

Tropicana is a DoubleTree hotel by Hilton. With a central location, it offers award-winning facilities, free parking, Wifi, and more, for a FlightSimExpo rate of US $150 per night on average.

“Vegas was a great venue for the inaugural FlightSimExpo, and we look forward to returning there in 2020,” said Evan Reiter, co-founder of the event. "Attendees from the west coast kick started FlightSimExpo in 2018. For those who couldn’t join us in Orlando: we look forward to seeing you again! And for those who attended both, we think you’ll love the Tropicana this year."

Discounts for attendees will be arranged by staff and volunteers for airlines, transport and local attractions so visitors can make the most of their visit.

Registration for the event will open in December, and prices will be the same as they were for this year. These are defined as a limited number of US $50 tickets, then $70 for all-weekend tickets thereafter.

Videos of this year's event are available to view on their YouTube channel. The conference can be followed on Facebook and Twitter for all the latest news.

Consider signing up to their mailing here list to be the first to know when tickets are available.

Phil added, “we look forward to welcoming the flight simulation community back to Las Vegas this June.”

Threshold will also publish periodic updates leading up to the event.

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