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FlightSimExpo 2021 will take place June 4-6, 2021, at the Town and Country Resort in San Diego.
The expo will feature product announcements, how-to seminars, educational discussions, and a large exhibit hall to try out the latest in simulation software and hardware, according to organizers.
And, for the first time, the event will also feature an online component that will include exclusive access seminars and a virtual exhibit hall.
“Recognizing current times, we wanted to make FlightSimExpo 2021 accessible to anyone,” says Evan Reiter, co-founder of the event. “Safety permitting, we’ll welcome those who want to join us in person in San Diego. And if you can’t attend the in-person event — or prefer not to — you’ll still be able to connect with this year’s show online.”
San Diego was selected by past attendees, simmers, and developers as their preferred location for FlightSimExpo 2021. The area boasts a variety of aviation-specific attractions, including the USS Midway aircraft carrier museum at Navy Pier/Embarcadero and the San Diego Air and Space Museum, located in the largest urban cultural park in America.
Over the next few months, conference staff and volunteers will be working with airlines, transportation companies, and local attractions to arrange special discounts for attendees, organizers noted.
FlightSimExpo’s conference and tradeshow will be held all day on Saturday, June 5 and Sunday, June 6. An add-on series of seminars called Captains’ Corner will take place on Friday, June 4. This year, Captains’ Corner will include exclusive early access to the exhibit hall on Friday afternoon. A full schedule will be released closer to the event, according to organizers.
“The theme of the event is flexibility and transparency,” explains co-founder Phil Coyle. “When we had to make the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 show, we gave everyone the option to receive a refund. We will offer the same flexibility again this year: It will be free to change or cancel your registration up to the day before the show and of course there’s the online-only
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