NBAA To Require COVID-19 Vaccination At Las Vegas Convention

Several events in Las Vegas are requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Adobe Stock

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) will require attendees at this year’s Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19.

“For decades, the aviation industry has brought people together and transported them forward safely and responsibly,” NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen said in a statement. “We are leveraging that approach to aviation safety to guide us with regard to NBAA-BACE.

“We are taking guidance from health and safety experts and adopting trade show best practices. Including a vaccine requirement in the comprehensive safety protocols for the show will create the most interactive environment possible for buying, selling, networking and learning.”

Other trade shows and events in the Las Vegas area have implemented the same policy, including:

  • Las Vegas Raiders games
  • CES (formerly known as Consumer Electronics Show)
  • The National Association of Broadcasters annual show
  • The Global Gaming Expo (G2E)

Other Safety Measures

Mask wearing will be optional at the convention, but will be required in certain circumstances, including shuttle bus travel out to the Henderson Executive Airport (KHND), where the NBAA-BACE static display will be staged.

Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the LVCC including:

  • Meeting room corridors
  • Exhibit areas
  • Food and beverage areas

Occupancy at food and beverage areas will be limited to allow social distancing.

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