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  1. WINDSOR LOCKS, CT, USA – December 16, 2016 – FlightSimCon 2017 is proud to announce the opening of Early Bird Registration for attendees. FlightSimCon is the largest annual aviation and flight simulation conference held in North America. This year’s event takes place on June 10-11, 2017 at the Sheraton Hartford Hotel at Bradley Airport “We are excited to open Early Bird Registration for this year’s event,” said event volunteer Evan Reiter. “I’ve been involved since the first FlightSimCon in 2013—it’s been amazing to see the event grow into a worldwide activity.” Registration opens today for all attendees, and will stay open until the event. Early Bird Registration prices for the weekend will remain the same as last year, and will be $50 for adults and $40 for students and student pilots. There is also the option to purchase just a one-day pass ($25 for adults, $20 for students and student pilots) and discounted prices for children. Prices go up once Early Bird ends on January 31, 2017. FlightSimCon 2017 is being held at The Sheraton Hartford Hotel at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, CT, approximately 20 minutes north of Hartford. The venue is connected directly to the terminal at Bradley International Airport. FlightSimCon has never been easier to get to: Bradley International Airport features non-stop service to many major markets in the United States and around the world, including new and expanded service to Los Angeles (via American Airlines) and non-stop flights to Dublin, Ireland (via Aer Lingus). The new venue boasts far more space than in previous years, allowing more vendors, communities, and exhibitors to participate in the event. With longer hours, more conference rooms, and advanced check- in available on Friday, FlightSimCon 2017 promises to be the biggest and best event yet. The conference has already secured its first sponsor and exhibitor of 2017, Orbx Simulations, which will be returning as the top tier sponsor of the event. New sponsors, speakers, and exhibitors are being added now—and updates will be made available on the FlightSimCon website, on Facebook and on Twitter
  2. Today sees the launch of this years show website. The show is confirmed as being the weekend of 23rd - 24th July 2016 http://www.fscweston.co.uk/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/fscwsm
  3. Just published is Nigel Porter's review on FlightSim Commander Version 9. This has always been a popular piece of flight planning software, read what Nigel makes of the latest iteration. Read on...
  4. Here are some shots I took from the show this weekend, please add yours here if you have any! I really didn't get to photo all the show as we were very busy throughout! Hopefully we will get some more shots added. Special shout-outs for all the UK Mutley Crew who bar-none attended the show and helped in many ways to make it a success. Set up day, Jack came straight down to the show after taking an exam in the morning, he still had his uniform on. Dad Martin in the forground busy wiring up the HSI, in the background, Dai, Jess B and Lynda. Friday evening and the annual Mutley's Hangar Crew party, for the second year running. Jack devours the Ultimate Burger comprisng 3 x 8 ounce burgers and fries etc. Dai with a meat-fest that is spare ribs, Tim taking a few shots. Rob arrived just as they served our food, the first pint already had! all the UK crew (and a couple of partners) now present. Dai, Rob and Brian, enjoying a tea break. Dai was telling a few yarns and trying not to sneeze Jess got stuck on the PC Pilot stand showing off her latest review item for PCP the ChillBlast triple screen setup. Large monitor showing the 767 overhead that was interfaced with Jack's panel, Tim's latest Plan-G V3 on the laptop was being given its first public view Jack's panel put in an upright rig so people could see it in action. In the foreground is the modules and wiring driving his panels 3 of the 5/6 panels completed. Bob Sidwick popping in for a chat and to borrow a VGA cable. Jack with his cuppa New forum-buddy James (Jaydor) having a chat with Rob Sharing a joke Jack and dad Martin were extremely busy, their panel attracted a lot of attention and questions. The ATWC was on show Random shot, RC Simulations in the middle next to them were Alpine systems who were right next to us. Martin has his folder to hand, judging by his expression something was up with the panel! The problem is probably in here somewhere! Tim, Dai and Brian enjoying a joke. Obviously not funny! Dai about to use the baton for something it wasn't intended for! Brian's panel as featured in our forums. Brian had lots of interest and offers for the panel, shame we didn't have a PC to bring it alive, maybe next time. Some of the crew, Brian, Jack, Joe, Tim and Dai. (Not in picture, Rob, Martin or Jess) Tim has a lot of interest in Plan-G, few of his beta testers also popped in, Andrew Holdsworth from Flightstore checking out the workings of Brian's panel. Stand deserted, it must be lunch time! Finally, Rich Slater from Just Flight showing off the Baton before it starts it's Around The World Challenge (IV) that will be launched soon I hope you enjoyed this selection. Cheers, Joe
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