PRESS RELEASE -Aviation fans can experience the virtual skies next month as the Flight Sim 2014 event heads to Royal Air Force Museum Cosford in Shropshire. Taking place on Saturday October 4th, aviation enthusiasts will enjoy a day packed with all the latest flight simulation software and the chance to test out their virtual flying skills. Just Flight and Flight 1 Software, two of the UK’s leading flight simulation software publishers, will be hosting this major gathering in association with PC Pilot magazine to demonstrate the very best in desktop flying. Building on the success of last year’s event, organisers are anticipating that over 2,000 people will attend the one day show. Visitors will be able to fly the latest virtual aircraft, check out state of the art flight simulation hardware and chat with leading developers, publishers and other enthusiasts in addition to the many exhibitors at the show. This event will run between 10am and 5pm inside the Museum’s Hangar 1, giving attendees plenty of time to enjoy the wide range of entertainment on offer. So whether you’re a veteran desktop pilot, flight simulation novice, or someone thinking of getting airborne in the virtual skies for the first time, there will be something for anyone to enjoy.
Those attending the Flight Sim 2014 event this autumn will experience the best of the virtual world of flight. The will also have the opportunity to see inside the real world of aviation as they explore the world-class collection of aircraft and exhibitions on display at RAF Museum Cosford. Advance tickets for Flight Sim 2014 are now on sale online for just £5 per person, with free admittance for under-16s accompanied by an adult. Tickets purchased on the day cost £10 per person. For further information on the event, or to purchase your tickets in advance, please visit the show’s website www.flightsimulatorshow.com.
To cope with the additional visitors, a free park and ride transport will run from the Cosford Train Station with regular pickups throughout the day. Entry to the Museum is free of charge, but on-site parking is available for a fee. Entry into Hangar 1 on Saturday October 4th will be for Flight Sim 2014 ticket holders only.