With FlightSimExpo 2023 on the horizon, the team at the Flight Simulation Association has today issued a press release announcing that registration will open on December 17th, 2022, a week before Christmas. The event will be held in Houston, Texas.
A ticket for all three days of the event, Friday through Sunday will cost $50 for the first 200 registrants and is going to be available exclusively for the Flight Simulation Association members. This membership is free, and you only have to register an account with the association.
After 200 registrants, the price will increase to $72 for Flight Simulation Association members, and to $64 for those who have an active subscription with the association.
For the rest, the price will be $80 for all three days and includes both in-person and online access to the event.
The event will kick off on Friday, June 23, with a series of seminars and announcements from some of the simulation’s biggest developers. Later Friday, registered attendees are invited to join a welcome reception and social event. All Friday activities take place at the DoubleTree Houston Hobby.
On Saturday and Sunday, the event shifts to the Lone Star Flight Museum. Attendees will find hands-on flight simulation exhibits where they can try the latest in flight simulation software and hardware. Speaker rooms will feature how-to seminars and educational discussions throughout the weekend. Museum admission is included with FlightSimExpo registration.
Written by: JT