[GIVEAWAY] Win FREE Tickets to FlightSimExpo 2018


FlightSimExpo is just a couple of months away and here at FSElite we are so excited for the event. It’s shaping up to be a huge event with plenty of support from a range of developers, media partners, publishers, guest speakers and more. Located right on the strip in Las Vegas, it’s going to be a huge event full of announcements, community engagement and more.

On June 9th / 10th at the Flamingo Resort Las Vegas, developers such as Orbx, Aerosoft, QualityWings, Just Flight, Hi-Fi Simulations, REX and more will be there showing off their products. Furthermore, there will also be developer talks, seminars and a fantastic social event on the Saturday evening.

Of course, there’s more to it than just flight simulation. Real world pilots will be there showcasing how they use the sim to help them; cockpit builders will be able to help you with your first build; and YouTubers / Streamers will be on hand to ask them how they continue to entertain. There is so much for all levels of experience of interest at FlightSimExpo.

Because we’re so excited to attend, we’re giving you the chance to win 2 Weekend Tickets to the event. Each pass alone is worth $70, so you and a friend can be there front and center! We’ll also chuck in some sweet FSElite swag to boot. All you need to do to enter is register your name and email address to be entered. We’ll then hold a draw at 23:55 on March 31st 2018 and announce the winner the following day!

Be sure to read the Ts and Cs before entering!

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Be sure to visit the FlightSimExpo website for all the details about the event.

Calum Martin

The author Calum Martin

I have been an avid fan of Flight Sim since the release of '2000 and have been developing my love for aviation ever since. I have the knowledge and experience to really deliver an excellent aviation community. Although no real life flying experience, I have a good understanding and always learning more and more. | View My Specs

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“Nice try” with your reply Calum. You are a piece of work.

I am likely wrong but sometimes I feel like is favoring some developers/producers unfairly, (for example but not limited to when what they develop does not have that much reflection in the community but still getting space in this website) and this… came after an “unbiased” article about the “fight” between the organizers of two flightsim conferences. Come on guys don’t do this, there might be nothing wrong with this but still it is not got for the “reputation”.

I am not saying this is not right because you make news about this one and not the other. There can be reasons for that and you explained some of them. However you have to admit that there is a difference between making news about the conference and promoting the conference by giving away tickets. “Giving away tickets” and “investing in the conference” don’t seem “100% right” to me after you published an article about the controversial situation. This is of course completely a relative and/or/thus personal opinion.

Calum Martin

I’m not sure why you feel we are being bias in this situation?

We have shown support for both Flight Sim Con and FlightSimExpo throughout the past year. We have posted numerous reports and information on both events. Sadly, FSCon don’t appear to announce as much or send through the information to us for us to warrant a worthwhile post. It isn’t down to us being bias but simply Expo are in better communication with us and have more to announce. If and when FSCon announce something major then of course we’ll cover it.

We may also appear bias towards this event as we are attending and have invested into this one. As a result, we want to make sure that we make it a success as it also means we are going to get more exposure at the event itself.

If you’re referring to developers and publishers in general, feel free to ping me an email with examples and I’ll look into it.

“Good” not “got”!

Good luck winning and then having no way of getting there XD

Someone didn’t like the joke… I was just saying if you win and you’re not in the US then you’ll have to pay quite a bit for a flight and then for somewhere to stay. But hopefully people will use their common sense before entering the competition 🙂

How about buying a ticket on a airline like the rest of the people who are attending?