New Partners and Details Announced for FlightSimExpo 2021
September 3, 2021
Earlier today, organizers of FlightSimExpo 2021 announced new partnerships and published additional details on the upcoming event. The expo, designed to be an in-person/online hybrid event taking place from September 24th to 26th, will now feature various new exhibitors such as 1C Game Studios and an array of new sponsors from FlightsimWebshop to Aerosoft.
According to the press release, game developers Airland Simulations, the developer of the helicopter aerodynamics library for MSFS, and 1C Game Studios, the developer of the popular IL-2 Sturmovik: Great Battles series, have “signed on to participate in-person in San Diego”.
Additionally, new Gold Sponsors Aerosoft, Stay Level Avionix, and Flightsim Webshop have joined the team of "Diamond Sponsors" - which feature; Lockheed Martin, Honeycomb Aeronautical, Laminar Research, Thrustmaster, Orbx, X-Plane.org, and, Navigraph.
Apart from partnership announcements, the organizers have released a clearer picture of what the hybrid event will really look like
For those who can’t not travel to San Diego, an online streaming service will be set up where participants can gain access for $15. These online participants will be able to watch and participate in the product reveals and simulation demonstrations live. Online attendees also get access to Whova, an app for networking with other attendees and exhibitors, accessing discounts and show specials, and much more.”
For those who will participate in person, the expo will provide opportunities for them to experience product reveals, try new hardware's, meet developers/other simmers, participate in tournaments, and win great prizes. Furthermore, FlightSimExpo has secured travel deals with Delta, Southwest, and WestJet and specials at the San Diego Air & Space Museum, Fleet Science Center, and the USS Midway Museum. Single-day passes will be on sale for $30.
For more information, check out the FSExpo website!
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