To make the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum a successful event for all participants, exhibitors must review and abide by the exhibitor rules on this page, the Exhibitor Contract Terms & Conditions and any additional rules published in the Exhibitor Service Kit.

Questions? Contact the NBAA exhibits team at

Note: All exhibitors at the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum must be members of NBAA, current on all accounts with NBAA and paid-in-full for exhibit space to be assigned exhibit space.

Booth Display Rules

Indoor Exhibits

  • Banner stands and other signage higher than the 3-foot side drape must be placed 4 feet back in the booth to allow for a clear line of sight to the next booth.
  • Nothing in the booth may be over 8 feet high (the height of the pipe and drape).
  • No balloons of any type are allowed in the booth.
  • No piñatas are allowed in the booth.
  • No sounds are allowed to entice people to booths or exceed 80 decibels (e.g. horns, whistles, bells, etc.).
  • No alcohol is allowed in booths.
  • No giveaways or props may be flown in the exhibit hall (e.g,. paper airplanes, balls.).
  • Exhibitor photos may not be taken from ladders or any other way that stops the flow of aisle traffic.
  • Exhibitors may not distribute materials booth-to-booth or outside of their assigned exhibit space.
  • All side rails must remain up and in place at all times.
  • Exhibitors must ensure their booth personnel are not blocking aisles when talking with attendees.
  • No live animals – with the exception of service animals – are allowed in exhibit areas.

Outdoor Exhibits

  • A limited number of outdoor exhibit spaces are available. These spaces will be located in 10-foot by 10-foot tents.
  • The tents will have side walls that can be open or closed at the exhibitor’s discretion.
  • Exhibitors must use the tent that is provided by NBAA. Exhibitors may not supply their own tents.
  • Tent exhibitors move-in will take place only on Wednesday, Feb. 2 from 7 to 9 a.m.
  • The booth package for tent booth exhibitors is for the space and 10-foot by 10-foot tent only. All booth decorations, signage and furniture are the responsibility of the exhibitor.
  • All rules for standard indoor exhibits will also apply to tent exhibitors.


There will be no refunds or credits for cancellations or reductions in exhibit size.


NBAA Regional Forums are business events. Exhibitors are requested to advise their salespeople and customers that children under 12 are never permitted in Regional Forum exhibit areas – under any circumstances. Children ages 12 to 17 may access exhibits during official exhibit hours only provided that they register, pay appropriate fees and are accompanied by an adult at all times. Children between the ages of 12 to 17 will not be permitted in exhibit areas during installation and teardown.

Co-exhibitors/Companies Sharing Exhibit Space

Some companies will share the exhibit space of a primary exhibitor as a co-exhibitor. A co-exhibitor is defined as:

  • Any company whose name is included on the exhibit space
  • Any company who has staff working at the exhibit space during official show hours
  • Any company whose marketing materials are distributed from the exhibit space
  • Any company whose products/services are marketed from the exhibit spaces
  • Any company other than the primary exhibitor with a different company name and a different business function that is sharing the exhibit space

Co-exhibitors must have an existing corporate relationship between themselves and the contracted primary exhibitor. All co-exhibiting companies at the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum are required to register and pay the $600 co-exhibitor registration fee.

Failure to advise NBAA of shared exhibit space in advance – including displaying the advertising of another company’s products or services – may result in a minimum additional charge of $2,650 per company.

All co-exhibitors must be members in good standing of NBAA.

Once registered, co-exhibitors will have separate company profiles in the online exhibitor directory and a listing in the printed pocket guide. Co-exhibitors, like exhibitors, will need to log in to the Exhibitor Dashboard to update their company information for the online exhibitor directory. Co-exhibitors are not allotted badges and should work through their primary exhibitors to secure badges.


All display material and demonstrations must be confined within the limits of the exhibitor’s purchased space.

Product demonstrations should not be placed on the aisle sides of exhibits.

Normal aisle traffic cannot be interfered with at any time.

NBAA reserves the right to restrict exhibits that because of noise, method of operation or any other reason become objectionable.

Please be mindful of other exhibitors and events that are located near your exhibit.

Direct Selling

Direct selling on the exhibit floor is prohibited.

Canvassing or distribution of publications/marketing materials/show dailies outside of assigned exhibit space, including all booth-to-booth distribution.

Canvassing and soliciting, except by exhibiting companies, are prohibited within 50 miles of 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum. Exhibitors and persons violating this rule will be removed.

Dress Code

The dress code for NBAA Regional Forums is business casual, both on the exhibit floor and in the education sessions.

Exhibit Hours

Wednesday, Feb. 2 – 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


All exhibitors and co-exhibitors at the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum must be members of NBAA, current on all accounts with NBAA and paid-in-full for exhibit space to be assigned exhibit space.

Move-in & Move-out Rules


All exhibits must be set and in place by 9 a.m. on Wednesday, February 2. If the exhibit space is not occupied by this time, NBAA management will consider it canceled by the exhibitor and assume the right to use such space as deemed appropriate.

Indoor Exhibits Tuesday, Feb. 1 3 p.m to 6 p.m.
Outdoor Exhibits Wednesday, Feb 2 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.


Exhibitors may not begin to tear down their exhibits until 4 p.m. on Wednesday, February 2. All exhibits must remain staffed and in place until the show closes at 4 p.m. All exhibit materials must be removed by 6 p.m.


NBAA has entered into licensing agreements with the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) to allow the use of live and recorded music from the ASCAP and BMI repertoires throughout the public areas of the Miami-Opa locka Executive Airport. Exhibitors are responsible for obtaining the appropriate licenses before the use of any work at any private function or that is not in the ASCAP or BMI repertoires.

Noise Levels

Noise levels within the exhibitor’s space should not exceed 80 decibels and must not interfere with the conduct of business of neighboring exhibits. NBAA management reserves the right to enforce compliance of this rule.

Official Service Partners

To ensure the orderly and efficient installation, operation and removal of displays, NBAA has designated Freeman, and other firms listed in the Exhibitor Service Kit, as Official Service Partners. NBAA management holds these firms responsible for quality service and fair prices and will intercede on behalf of exhibitors in the event of faulty work or unfair charges. NBAA management encourages all exhibitors to place orders with these firms unless a permanent arrangement has been established with a display house or outside contractor to set up and dismantle exhibits.

Official Service Partner Logo

NBAA-BACE Official Service Provider

Exhibitors should look for the official service partner logo on official service partner order forms before ordering service, as well as on their emails and websites to ensure they are working with a NBAA-approved service provider.


No pets, with the exception of service animals, will be permitted in the exhibit halls or on the aircraft display of aircraft at any time.


NBAA-BACE is a non-smoking event. Smoking is strictly prohibited at the Las Vegas Convention Center and Henderson Executive Airport. This includes electronic cigarettes, as well as vaping.

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS), Remote-Controlled Aircraft and Helium Balloons

For the safety of attendees, flying objects, including UAS, remote-controlled aircraft and helium balloons, are not permitted. UAS may be displayed in exhibits provided they are stationary, fit within purchased exhibit space and comply with all rules and relevant safety requirements.

Any person who attends an NBAA convention, conference, seminar or other program grants permission to NBAA, its employees and agents (collectively "NBAA") to record his or her visual/audio images, including, but not limited to, photographs, digital images, voices, sound or video recordings, audio clips, or accompanying written descriptions, and, without notifying such person, to use his or her name and such images for any purpose of NBAA, including advertisements for NBAA and its programs.