THE ORIGINAL

FlightSimCon 2017

An Aviation and Flight Simulation Conference For Pilots and Enthusiasts of All Ages

6th Annual FlightSimCon
Saturday, June 23 & Sunday, June 24, 2018
Downtown Dallas, Texas

ABOUT

Spread Your Wings

June 10-11, 2017 • Sheraton Hotel at Bradley Airport

If you are a desktop flight simulation enthusiast or a pilot looking for more information about how desktop flight simulation can benefit you—this event is for you!

FlightSimCon is an annual aviation and flight simulation conference designed to bring pilots and flight simmers together in an interactive social setting. Conference attendees have the opportunity to meet other simulation enthusiasts, experience how online flight simulation can benefit student and rated pilots, and engage with exhibitors and speakers to learn about improving their desktop flight simulators.

FlightSimCon 2017 is being held at The Sheraton Hartford Hotel at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, CT, approximately 20 minutes north of Hartford. With hotel and conference rooms overlooking the airport tarmac, the hotel is the ideal venue for an aviation focused conference. Surrounded by the biggest names in flight simulation, conference attendees can immerse themselves in all facets of virtual and real-world flying during the two-day event.

Enthusiasts

Meet and network with other flight simulation gurus and try out other simmers’ setups.

Pilots

Meet other pilots and learn how to set up your own desktop flight simulator for training.

Exhibitors

Share your products and ideas with pilots and some of the largest flight simulation communities.

What’s New in 2017

Based on feedback from previous year’s conferences, we are excited to announce a variety of new features for FlightSimCon 2017. Continue reading for the major highlights and improvements that you can expect.

Venue

Sheraton Hotel at Bradley Airport

With far more space than previous conference venues, the Sheraton Bradley hotel provides greater flexibility for conference exhibitors and attendees. Expect longer conference hours, a larger series of speakers and breakout sessions running in multiple conference rooms, and advanced check-in available on Friday.

Whova App

Communication Platform

Access the conference schedule, receive important announcements, and chat directly with other conference members…all from your phone! FlightSimCon has partnered with Whova App for the 2017 event to provide attendees with an easier way of accessing information and connecting with each other.

Themed Events

Better Social Experience

Each day of this year’s conference will center around one of two themes: the flight simulator community in general, and flight simulation’s benefit towards real-world pilot training. Also expect themed tables during our Saturday evening social to better connect with attendees about specific flight simulator topics.

FlightSimCon 2017 is happening now until June 11!

SCHEDULE

FlightSimCon 2017 takes place on Saturday and Sunday, June 10-11, 2017. The event will take over the Sheraton Hartford Hotel at Bradley International Airport, with exhibits on two levels across the hotel. Early conference check-in and registration will be available from 4-6pm on Friday, June 9.

This initial schedule is subject to change. Please check back regularly for the latest updates. The final schedule will be published as we approach the event.

Arrival Day

No official conference events take place on Friday, June 9. However, early conference check-in and registration is available and highly recommended for attendees who will be arriving that day.

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4:00

EARLY CHECK-IN AND REGISTRATION

Available Until 6:00pm

Receive your name badge and complimentary attendee bag early at the FlightSimCon registration desk near lobby area at our host venue, the Sheraton Hartford Hotel, located inside the Bradley International Airport terminal. Early conference check-in is highly recommended for attendees who will be arriving on Friday to help avoid standing in long lines Saturday morning.

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6:00

DINNER On Own

Attendees who will be arriving on Friday are welcome to explore main terminal and local area dining options available on our Local Area Guide. For attendees who wish to stay in the hotel, Concorde’s Restaurant will have dinner available, although no special conference rates apply on Friday.

Conference Day 1

Saturday, June 10 is the first day of FlightSimCon 2017. Activites start at 9:00am and and access to the exhibitor floor begins at 9:30am. Seminars and demonstrations continue throughout the day until approximately 5:00pm.

At the end of the day, a social will be held in the lobby area of the Sheraton Hotel from 5:00pm-6:30pm.

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7:30

CHECK-IN AND REGISTRATION

Hotel Lobby

Conference check-in and registration is available beginning at 7:30am and continuing throughout the day. Optional breakfast options include Starbucks (located in the Sheraton), which opens at 5:00am, and Concorde’s Restaurant, open at 7:00am. There are several other options available in the main terminal and in the surrounding area that may be found in our Local Area Guide.

9:30

WELCOME TO FLIGHTSIMCON

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Join us for an introduction to this year’s conference and highlights for the weekend

5:00

AFTER-EVENT SOCIAL

Hotel Lobby

Food and Drink at the After-Event Social is Sponsored By:

Following the event on Saturday night, a social event, co-Sponsored by Orbx, will feature light fare and complimentary cocktails and soft drinks. The social will be held on-site just after the conference.

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9:30

EXHIBITOR DEMONSTRATIONS OPEN

Lobby and Mezzanine Levels

This year, FlightSimCon is taking over the entire Sheraton Hotel, with exhibitor displays on the mezzanine level, in Amelia’s Room, and outside the ballroom on the lobby level. Conference attendees will be able to interact with the flight simulation and aviation exhibitors attending the event. Access ends at 5:00pm.

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9:40

PRODUCT ANNOUNCEMENT FORUM

Windsor Locks Ballroom

The Product Announcement Forum is a showcase of upcoming flight simulator product releases, where each participant will be allotted 5 minutes to demonstrate their products. The seminar will provide a one-stop overview of what’s new for the flight simulation community.

10:30

X-PLANE

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Austin Meyer President, Laminar Research

Austin Meyer, creator of X-Plane, along with a team of developers from Laminar Research, provide an overview of the X-Plane 11 development platform and information about the future of the flight simulator.

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11:00

LUNCH Optional Buffet On-Site

Concorde’s Restaurant

An optional buffet lunch will be available in Concorde’s Restaurant, located on the lobby level of the Sheraton Hartford Hotel, from 11:00am to 2:00pm for $14 per person, plus tax. Other lunch options are available in the airport terminal and the surrounding area. See our Local Area Guide for more information.

11:30

TRANSITIONING FROM DESKTOPS TO COCKPITS

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Tom Gauvin and Nathan Palmer "Sim-Pit" Builders

While many flight simulator enthusiasts have shown an interest in home-cockpit building, some consider a "sim-pit" as out of reach due to a lack of time and resources. This seminar will help enthusiasts understand the varied approaches to "sim-pit" building and show that anyone with a desire to pursue this aspect of flight simulation can do it! Tom Gauvin and Nathan Palmer will introduce you to the different ideas and techniques used in their own "sim-pit" designs and will also explore the newest aspect of home-cockpit building: virtual reality.

11:30

TWITCH STREAMING AND FLIGHT SIMULATION

Simsbury Room

Panel Discussion

Join us for a panel discussion with popular flight simulation online streamers to learn about how live streaming reaches audiences, what it provides to viewers, and how it is effective as a platform for entertainment, education, product evaluations.

Panelists include YouTubers and streamers Paul Fairhurst and Jeff Favignano, as well as Alan Shafto of Aerosimgaming and Keith Smith of PilotEdge. The panel will be chaired by Ty Shuff.

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12:45

VIRTUAL REALITY

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Daniel Church President, FlyInside, Inc.

Join Daniel Church of FlyInside for a discussion on the entry of virtual reality into the flight simulation world. This seminar will highlight existing virtual reality options as well as upcoming technology that can be expected in the near future. Daniel will also talk about the limits, challenges, and potential of virtual reality as applied towards flight simulators as a training aid.

11:15

FREEWARE DEVELOPMENT

Simsbury Room

David Waldron Freeware Developer

2:00

FLIGHT SIMULATOR DEVELOPERS

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Panel Discussion

Join some of the flight simulation industry's most prominent developers for an interactive panel discussion on development priorities, future releases, and perspectives on where the at-home flight simulation industry will take us in the next few years.

Panelists include Stephen Hood and Aimee Sanjari of Dovetail Games, Rob McCarthy of Prepar3D, and Austin Meyer and Ben Supnik of X-Plane. The panel will be chaired by Nels Anderson of Flightsim.com.

3:45

OPEN SOURCE HOME COCKPIT HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE

Simsbury Room

Sebastian Moebius Creator, Mobiflight

Join Sebastian Moebius as he shows how easy and affordable it is to start building your own home cockpit based on open source platforms like Arduino and Mobiflight. The seminar will also feature a discussion about new technologies, like 3D printing, that allow innovative approaches to create realistic cockpit details.

5:00

END OF DAY 1 OF FLIGHTSIMCON 2017

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6:30

DINNER On Own

After the event, attendees are welcome to explore main terminal and local area dining options available on our Local Area Guide. For attendees who wish to stay in the hotel, Concorde’s Restaurant will have an optional buffet available from 5:00pm to 9:00pm for $16 per person, plus tax.

Conference Day 2

Sunday, June 11 is the second day of FlightSimCon 2017. Activites and conference access start at 9:00am, and continue throughout the day until approximately 4:00pm.

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8:00

CHECK-IN AND REGISTRATION

Hotel Lobby

Conference check-in and registration is available beginning at 8:00am and continues until 2:30pm. Optional breakfast options include Starbucks (located in the Sheraton), which opens at 5:00am, and Concorde’s Restaurant, open at 7:00am. There are several other options available in the main terminal and in the surrounding area that may be found in our Local Area Guide.

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9:00

EXHIBITOR DEMONSTRATIONS OPEN

Lobby and Mezzanine Levels

This year, FlightSimCon is taking over the entire Sheraton Hotel, with exhibitor displays on the mezzanine level, in Amelia’s Room, and outside the ballroom on the lobby level. Conference attendees will be able to interact with the flight simulation and aviation exhibitors attending the event. Access ends at 4:00pm.

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10:00

A FLIGHT-SIMMER MASQUERADING AS AN AIRLINE PILOT

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Matthew Cannon Pilot, Skywest Airlines

This seminar will cover how at-home flight simulation helped Matthew become an airline pilot, how he uses flight simulation for currency, and the role of flight simulation in his recent transition from the CRJ to the ERJ regional jet series. Additionally, Matthew will discuss a day-in-the life as an airline pilot, including many pictures and videos!

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11:00

LUNCH Optional Buffet On-Site

Concorde’s Restaurant

An optional buffet lunch will be available in Concorde’s Restaurant, located on the lobby level of the Sheraton Hartford Hotel, from 11:00am to 2:00pm for $14 per person, plus tax. Other lunch options are available in the airport terminal and the surrounding area. See our Local Area Guide for more information.

11:00

PLAN LIKE THE PROS USING PFPX

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Mike Collier Flight Dispatch, American Airlines

This seminar will provide glimpse into the world of airline flight planning and how to apply these same procedures to flight simulation. Topics discussed will include fuel and route planning, alternate airports, Extended Range Operations, Redispatch, and more. Special emphasis will be placed on using Professional Flight Planner X (PFPX) by FlightSimSoft to apply these procedures.

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12:00

WHEN AN AIRLINE CAPTAIN MET THE PMDG 777...

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Capt. Myron Ashcraft and Ben Weston Airline2Sim

Microsoft used to say that it's Flight Simulator franchise was 'as real as it gets'. With the advent of complex add-on aircraft, this statement is true now more than ever. Captain Myron Ashcraft and Airline2Sim's Ben Weston will discuss what happened when a 37-year veteran airline captain discovered the PMDG 777, an unmissable talk for anyone interested in how it really happens on the other side of the cockpit door.

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1:00

RCAF FLIGHT SIMULATION AT VSIM

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Adam Cybanski Major, Canadian Armed Forces

The objective of VSIM is to advance fundamental and applied knowledge through the integration of research on human cognition and cognitive systems with leading edge research in visualization, modelling, and simulation. This seminar will showcase the advanced flight simulator used at this university facility.

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USING SIMULATION EFFECTIVELY FOR REAL-WORLD TRAINING

Simsbury Room

Stasi Poulos Founder, Mindstar Aviation

The lines between simulation and reality, gaming and training, are becoming thinner thanks to advances in hardware and software technology. Stasi Poulos describes this evolution in detail, shares tools and techniques that have made this possible, and explains how simulation training is helping pilots achieve and maintain proficiency.

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2:00

FAA SAFETY TEAM SEMINAR

Windsor Locks Ballroom

Stephen Brown FAA Safety Team, Boston FSDO

Stephen Brown, FAA Boston FSDO Aviation Safety Program Manager, presents an FAAST-approved seminar on the benefits of flight simulation for pilots. Stephen will discuss the value of at-home simulation programs for pilots, and explain how inexpensive, commercially-available software can be of use for training, proficiency, and currency.

CLOSING REMARKS

Hotel Lobby

Nicole Glander Glander Associates Event Management

Thank you for attending FlightSimCon 2017! Nicole Glander, conference manager, will officially conclude the conference by acknowledging the sponsors, partners, exhibitors, and attendees that make this event a reality.

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END OF FLIGHTSIMCON 2017

VENUE

FlightSimCon 2017 will be held at the

Sheraton Hotel at Bradley Airport

1 Bradley International Airport
Windsor Locks, CT, 06096

The Sheraton Hotel at Bradley Airport is the host hotel for FlightSimCon 2017, as it offers airside accommodation with sightlines of the runway and terminal in addition to hosting the actual conference. At this point, the discounted room block is full and the hotel is completely sold out for the event. However, there are several nearby hotels with reasonable rates.

ADDITIONAL OPTIONS

Some other hotel options are within a short distance of the Bradley International Airport are listed below. Please note that we do not have special room blocks at these hotels, but the rates are reasonable. Please visit their websites for details, or see the Bradley International Airport website for a complete listing of area hotels. Attendees staying at local area hotels will need to arrange their own transportation to and from the Sheraton Bradley Airport. Most hotels have shuttles available for use, but attendees should confirm prior to booking. Uber and taxis are also available in the area; a ride to the conference venue is under $10 one-way.

DoubleTree Bradley Airport

16 Ella T. Grasso Turnpike
Windsor Locks, CT, 06096
Phone: (860) 627-5171

Holiday Inn Bradley Airport

600 Spring Street
Windsor Locks, CT, 06096
Phone: (860) 386-6300

Fairfield Inn and Suites

2 Loten Drive
Windsor Locks, CT, 06096
Phone: (860) 627-9333

GETTING HERE

Air Travel

Attendees flying commercially should fly to Bradley International Airport (BDL), served by all major airlines. A direct trans-Atlantic flight is available through Dublin via Aer Lingus.

Pilots flying in to the event are encouraged to park at our partner FBO, Signature KBDL. With a small fuel purchase, all airport fees are waived for attendees of FlightSimCon. Please reserve with Jeremy at (860) 305 7334 or jeremy.palmer@signatureflight.com.

Ground Travel

The Sheraton Hotel at Bradley Airport is located in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. For participants driving to the event, it is located approximately 3 hours from New York or 2 hours from Boston. Click here for driving directions.

The area is also served by Amtrak train and Peter Pan or Greyhound Bus services. Train and bus passengers will arrive in Union Station in Hartford. A taxi ride is approximately $45 one-way from Hartford Union Station to the Sheraton. An additional option is the Bradley Flyer Bus, which offers low-fare public transportation and runs daily.

Parking and Ride Sharing

Complimentary parking will be offered for all conference attendees via both the Sheraton Hartford Hotel parking garage and validated parking in one of the Bradley Airport daily lots. More information will be sent to attendees as the conference nears.

Also note that many area hotels offer free shuttle service to Bradley Airport, including the Sheraton Hotel. Additionally, FlightSimCon attendees who are either driving in or renting a car may be able to offer rides. Uber and other ride sharing companies are generally available in the Windsor Locks area.

For more information about getting to the event, including what direct flights are available to Bradley Airport, please download the FlightSimCon 2017 Travel Guide. For restaraunt, entertainment, and shopping recommendations, please download our FlightSimCon 2017 Local Area Guide.

SPONSORS

Thanks to Our Partners!

FlightSimCon draws hundreds of attendees from around North America and around the world. We are extremely grateful for the support we have received from the many flight simulation and aviation organizations that have partnered with our event this year and in the past.

If your organization is interested in getting involved with FlightSimCon 2017, please download our FlightSimCon Partner Information Package and then complete our our Sponsorship Application to get started. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email contact@flightsimcon.com.

FlightSimCon 2017 sponsors, including media partners, are listed below. A green “Attending” tag means the partner will be at the event, while the “Exhibiting” tag indicates that partner is one of our exhibitors.

PRIVATE JET

FLIGHT DECK

BUSINESS

PREMIUM ECONOMY

COACH

IN-KIND

MEDIA PARTNERS

EXHIBITORS

See Who’s at FlightSimCon 2017

A list of exhibitors who will be present at FlightSimCon 2017 is shown below. If your organization is interested in exhibiting at FlightSimCon this year, please download our FlightSimCon Partner Information Package and then complete our our Sponsorship Application to get started. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email contact@flightsimcon.com.

SPEAKERS

Simulation and Aviation Experts

Speakers at FlightSimCon include experts with backgrounds in simulation and aviation. Presentations and seminars occur throughout both days of the conference, and cover a wide variety of topics. The speaker list below includes those hosting their own seminars as well as participants of the panel discussions. Speakers are shown in alphabetical order; please use the arrows to scroll through the list.

DANIEL CHURCH

PRESIDENT
FLYINSIDE, INC.

Dan is founder of FlyInside, Inc. He has extensive experience developing virtual reality software and adding virtual reality support to flight simulation software.

MIKE COLLIER

FLIGHT DISPATCH INSTRUCTOR
AMERICAN AIRLINES

Mike Collier has been involved with flight simulation since 1986 and SubLogic’s Flight Simulator II. This interest led to an airline career where he’s spent the last 20 years as a Flight Dispatcher and International Flight Dispatch Training Instructor. His free time is spent operating MidContinent Airlines Virtual Airline.

ADAM CYBANSKI

MAJOR
CANADIAN ARMED FORCES

A tactical helicopter pilot with over 20 years’ experience and 2,500 hours of flight time on fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft, Adam is also an experienced aircraft accident investigator, has managed the CH146 Griffon Full Flight Simulator, and now works at the Royal Canadian Air Force Directorate of Air Simulation and Training.

PAUL FAIRHURST

BROADCASTER
YOUTUBE AND TWITCH

Paul aka “Squirrel” is a full time professional broadcaster on YouTube and Twitch focusing on simulation gaming. Having spent a career in IT, he gave it up to pursue his lifelong passion for gaming. He now creates family friendly content for simulation lovers.

TOM GAUVIN

HOME COCKPIT
ENTHUSIAST

Tom has a background in electrical engineering, mechanical and electrical fabrication, and, most importantly, a passion for flight simulation. He is working on a cockpit build based on a Cessna 172 that will be on display at this year’s conference. He has more than 30 years of flight simulation experience.

STEPHEN HOOD

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
DOVETAIL GAMES

Stephen has worked on a number of successful titles in the industry, including the Codemasters Formula 1 series, but has always wanted to build a flight sim. He joined Dovetail Games when the distribution rights to FSX: Steam Edition were acquired and has since lead the Flight Sim World development team.

ROB MCCARTHY

PREPARED DEVELOPER
LOCKHEED MARTIN

Rob McCarthy started his career as a software engineer for Lockheed Martin in 2008. Rob initially worked as a software developer on the DDG1000 Destroyer program until joining Prepar3D in 2012. He has been a key developer on every release since 1.2 and now currently leads Prepar3D commercial development.

AUSTIN MEYER

PRESIDENT
LAMINAR RESEARCH

Austin Meyer is the creator of Laminar Research’s X-Plane, a flight simulation platform. In addition to his involvement with X-Plane, Austin is building a Lancair Evolution. Since he first got into aviation flying Microsoft Flight Simulator on an Apple-II, Austin has been a key figure in the flight simulation industry.

SEBASTIAN MOEBIUS

CREATOR
MOBIFLIGHT

Sebastian began with flight simulation a couple of years ago and found hardware for building home sim-pits very expensive. After becoming aware of Arduino microcontrollers, he created Mobiflight, an open-source platform for developing home cockpits. In the real world, Sebastian is an IT guy with a private pilot’s license and is currently working on his instrument rating.

NATHAN PALMER

HOME COCKPIT
ENTHUSIAST

Nathan is a unique home cockpit builder who has created various sim-pits in locations not normally considered. Such places are under beds, under stairs, and even in a box van.

STASI POULOS

PRESIDENT
MINDSTAR AVIATION

Stasi’s interest in flying began at age 11. In college, he started using Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS) and taking flying lessons. Today, he holds certificates for single and multi-engine aircraft, as well as an instrument rating. He has used every version of MSFS since version 1.0.

AIMEE SANJARI

FS BRAND MANAGER
DOVETAIL GAMES

Aimee is a flight simmer, aviation enthusiast, and aspiring pilot who started out working for Flight1 Europe. Widely known for helping found the show at the RAF Museum at Cosford, she has previously contributed to PC Pilot and continues to be an active member of the flight simulation community.

ALAN SHAFTO

BROADCASTER
YOUTUBE AND TWITCH

Alan Shafto (‘AeroSimGaming’) is an aviation engineer and pilot who became a full time Twitch streamer. He posts content in an “Edu-Tainment” style with lessons on aircraft dynamics, flying, and general flight simulation.

TY SHUFF

BROADCASTER
YOUTUBE AND TWITCH

Ty is an IT professional who began dabbling in virtual aviation 5 years ago. He has spent the last several years growing a positive and upbeat community on Twitch and YouTube focusing on X-Plane and its wonderful third party add-ons.

KEITH SMITH

FOUNDER
PILOTEDGE

An avid fan of aviation from the age of 7, Keith is an owner of an experimental home-built aircraft (Lancair 360), has over 23 years of professional software development experience, and is the founder of PilotEdge. Keith is also featured in Real World IFR and other pilot flight and simulation training videos.

BEN SUPNIK

SENIOR DEVELOPER
LAMINAR RESEARCH

Ben Supnik is a senior developer at Laminar Research; he has worked on X-Plane for over a decade, and has been involved in flight simulation development for almost twenty years. Before working on X-Plane, Ben worked on VATSIM’s client and server code. Ben trained in the FAA’s CTI program for Air Traffic Controllers before beginning work at Laminar Research.

BEN WESTON

FOUNDER
AIRLINE2SIM

After a 20 years as a broadcaster for some of the UK’s biggest radio stations, talking comes naturally to Ben! In 2013, Ben launched Airline2Sim, a company dedicated to making highly detailed training programs for some of the most complex add on aircraft inside the sim. With a team of pilots from around the globe from airlines such as Qatar, Emirates, BA, Flybe, and United, Airline2Sim has established itself as the leader when it comes to high quality training material.

DAVID WALDRON

FREEWARE
DEVELOPER

David Waldron is a flight simulator freeware developer and has several years of experience across different flight simulator platforms. He enjoys developing in order to make flight simulators more accessible to newcomers.

NEWS

FlightSimCon In The News

MAY 22, 2017

PC Pilot

FlightSimCon has announced an impressive speaker lineup for the 2017 event, which is scheduled for June 10-11, 2017 at the Sheraton Hartford Hotel attached to Bradley International Airport, just outside of Hartford, CT, USA. Speakers include representatives from the FAA, Lockheed Martin, Laminar Research, Dovetail Games, and many more, all with both aviation and flight simulation backgrounds.

Read More ⇒

MAY 9, 2017

AOPA

FlightSimCon is designed to bring together pilots and flight sim enthusiasts to enjoy an interactive social setting. Participants will experience how online flight simulation can benefit student and certificated pilots, meet other simulation enthusiasts, and engage with exhibitors and speakers. More than 40 exhibitors will present hands-on demonstrations of hardware and software products. Dovetail Games (Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition), Laminar Research (X-Plane), and Lockheed Martin (Prepar3D) will be at the show as sponsors or exhibitors.

Read More ⇒

APRIL 19, 2017

Novawing24 YouTube Channel

In this Special Edition of the NovaWrap Novawing24 gets a chance to sit down and chat with some of the stars behind FlightSimCon 2017. Together we discuss where FSC has been and more importantly some of the great things to expect and experience at this years event!

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CONTACT

Get in Touch

Please use the information below to contact the FlightSimCon team with and questions, comments, or concerns.

FlightSimCon is a Glander Associates Event Management Solutions production.

Glander Associates Event Management Solutions
1022 Boulevard #323
West Hartford, CT 06119

General Inquiries: info@flightsimcon.com

Sponsors, Exhibitor, and Speaker Inquiries: contact@flightsimcon.com


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