This is your opportunity to win big. FlightSimExpo, in partnership with Thrustmaster, have today announced an all expenses paid trip to FlightSimExpo 2019. Thrustmaster has demonstrated that they are serious about the flight sim community and are doing their bit to get involved. To show that commitment, they are giving people a chance for a once in a lifetime opportunity.
If you have had any consideration about heading to FlightSimExpo, then this contest is most certainly for you. Flights, hotel accommodation and show access will be provided to you completely free of charge to attend the event, providing you win. Furthermore, you can also win a Thrustmaster product of your choice.
To enter the contest, you have plenty of opportunities to enter the raffle. You can simply enter the raffle with your name and email address. If you want more chances to win, then you can like, subscribe and follow both FlightSimExpo and Thrustmaster. You can find the contest details on the FlightSimExpo contest page.
All the terms and conditions regarding the contest can be found on the contest page. The contest closes on April 30th.
Just a reminder, FlightSimExpo is North America’s community-driven flight simulation conference and event. It will take place at the Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld during June 7 – 9th 2019. So far, 60 exhibitors have been confirmed including Orbx, Virtual-Fly, Aerosoft and more.
If you’re keen to register, you can do so by buying a weekend ticket. The current cost is $70 until May 15th. After that the price will increase. The two-day event will include discounted rates at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh through a free, 6-month EAA membership.
FlightSimExpo is proud to announce the following new sponsors and exhibitors: iCloth, ELITE Simulation Solutions, SIMiONIC, MidContinent Airlines, TakeFlight Interactive & EAA, and X-Plane.org. They join Diamond Sponsors Aerosoft GmbH, Navigraph, Orbx, PILOT’S GesmbH, Mettar Simulations, PMDG, Lockheed Martin, SimMarket, Laminar Research, and many more of the top names in at-home simulation at the event.