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super2277
02-05-2012, 03:57 PM
Hello i wondering if its cheap to buy on the fsweekend?? If the products are more cheaper??

Efe Cem Elci
02-06-2012, 05:48 AM
Many companies have special pricing for the show. So the answer is yes. However, it remains to be seen if (and possibly where) the next FSWeekend will be held...

super2277
02-06-2012, 05:50 AM
Okey
What was it in 2011? how cheaper was it?

raymondvanderploeg
02-06-2012, 03:36 PM
For the info, there are still some conversation with some parties to get over the Aviodrome, how ever its up to a new owner if the FSweekend will exists on this location.

Price example, Fyengravity CDU(737) was on the FSweekend €799,- including VAT

CessnaGuy
02-06-2012, 04:10 PM
But, you have to take into consideration the price of:

Travel to the exhibition (flights, train fares, taxi's, fuel etc)
Accommodation if staying over night
+ Plus all the small stuff that tempts you which you really never wanted anyway...

It all add's up, so is it cheaper? Probably not, it may work out more expensive than just ordering online!

Alex

raymondvanderploeg
02-06-2012, 05:41 PM
But, you have to take into consideration the price of:

Travel to the exhibition (flights, train fares, taxi's, fuel etc)
Accommodation if staying over night
+ Plus all the small stuff that tempts you which you really never wanted anyway...

It all add's up, so is it cheaper? Probably not, it may work out more expensive than just ordering online!

Alex

That's correct, I'm very lucky that I live around 40 minutes from the Aviodrome by Car. However for foreign people indeed you must take those things in consideration.