The event will take place on December 18, and you will be able to watch companies such as Blu Games, Flightbeam Studios, FlightFX, Laminar Research, NZA Simulations, and Orbx in a special livestream.
The hybrid (in-person and online) 3-day event is over but it clearly demonstrated the will the community has to be together again. Can 2022 be the real year of our return in full strength?
FlightSimExpo is less than a month away, but the event is still gathering new partners.
While showing impressive improvements for X-Plane, Austin Meyer left a promise: to show more at the event.
The 2021 event, which will take place in September, now includes Turtle Beach and Flightfactor.
Attendee registration is also already live and yes, you can watch it online.
The event organization has announced the dates and venue for next year’s event.
In consultation with exhibitors and partners, following community input, and for the health and safety of the simulation community, the organizers made the difficult decision to cancel FlightSimExpo 2020.
The presence of HeliSimmer.com this year at FlightSimExpo (where I will be doing two presentations) has the support and sponsorship of the flight simulation company.
Another year, another set of interesting talks surrounding our hobby. And yes, even about helicopters!