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Author Topic: Fsdreamteam at the Flightsimexpo 2018  (Read 2034 times)
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« on: June 07, 2018, 10:00:48 PM »

As you might know, we are attending the Flightsimexpo 2018 in Las Vegas this year.

It has been a while since we participate in such event, last time it was the Avsim conference in Seattle, in 2007, when we presented the F/A-18 we made for Microsoft, and we just released Zurich two weeks before.

This year, we think it would be worth attending, both because it's nice from time to time being out and meet people, and because we have two very important products to show: one will be of course Chicago O'Hare, and the other one is a big surprise concerning GSX, that we have been working on for at least one year.

We'll be having a presentation Saturday morning, showing both products, and they will be on display at our booth (#509), so if you are attending, we welcome every user to stop by, and get to know me, and two of our most important developers, Max (GSX) and Alex (KORD).

For this reasons, you can expect a slower response time for support during the next week, because of the exhibit and flight schedule. In addition to that, I decided to add some vacation time, so I'll be touring the US a bit, until June 24th. I won't be entirely without connections, but you must expect some delay in replying to support answers, either by email or the forum.

Normal service will be restored starting from Monday, June 25th.

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« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2018, 12:58:19 AM »


Look forwards to meeting you in Vegas! On your travels around the US, if you are planning to visit Tucson, please let me know and I would be happy to guide you around!



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