Well I took myself upto London and spent £20.60 on train fares along with £20 to get in - what a waste of money, I should have stayed at home.
We were fortunate enough to get 2 tickets for £20 off some bloke who came up to us in the queue otherwise it would have been £40.
I'd have been even more p!$$ed off if I'd spent £40 to get in.
It was a total waste of time. A room full of companies selling different products for FS2004, along with a room full of flight sims running FS2004 (including a full motion seat that plugs into your computer for £6500 - Why not just get a F'in PPL and fly a real plane for less ???).
There were about 10 a/c there, a few flight training schools, that were doing the same as the Flyer show at LHR
on a smaller scale in a bigger room, and a few other companies selling other general aviation stuff.
Not impressed - If you are planning to go this weekend, don't bother - go see the Gunther Van Hagen - Bodies exhibition in the next hall, it's much better.
"She Rolls, 45 knots, 90, 135, nose comes up to 20 degrees, she's airborne - She flies, Concorde Flies"