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FSElite Original: 2018 – A Year in Review

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We’re well into 2019 and have already seen multiple releases, new announcements, and product updates. Flight simulation has become a huge hobby for many people over the past year and we’ve seen it change drastically over the course of 2018.

I can easily say that 2018 was one of the most successful years for flight simulation. The number of people involved in the hobby is at a high point, the number of high-quality products is increasing, and the community engagement is also doing extremely well. It’s all very exciting and the future is pointing at even more products, simulators, and add-ons to create an immersive experience regardless of your flying type.

We’re going to break down each month from 2018 and highlight some of the key events that took place. There were ups and downs, but by the end of it, we left 2018 in a better place than we started.

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Festive Holiday Sales Roundup 2018

Seasons Greetings from the team at FSElite. The holiday season is upon us, we once again have compiled all of the sales going on within the community for your convenience to get the best deal going into the new year. In the case that you had missed the Black Friday sales, this might be the last opportunity to shell out
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Cross The Pond 2018 Eastbound Bookings Now Open

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The time has come, 550 slots have been released and are ready to be booked over at the official Cross The Pond 2018 website. Earlier this year when CTP 2018 Westbound had opened for booking, 500 slots were gone within the space of just half an hour. If you're looking to grab a hold of a specific route at a
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Oz Flight Sim Expo Dates & Location Announced

Good news for those of us on the other side of the world who were glued to the FSElite coverage of FSExpo in Las Vegas last month - something a little closer is happening later in the year. Oz Flight Sim Expo has been announced for 2018, and it's coming to the Historic Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) in Wollongong, New South Wales,
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