Updated Jan. 19, 2021

NBAA’s highest priority is the health and safety of all event participants. Following the guidance of health and safety experts, NBAA has issued requirements for all 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum participants to ensure an interactive and successful event for all attendees.


Entry Requirements

All Regional Forum participants will be required to wear a mask and present proof of one of the following upon each entry to the venue:

  • Full vaccination against COVID-19; or
  • A negative result from a professionally administered COVID-19 test conducted within the prior 36 hours.

Individuals who have COVID-19 symptoms or are within the quarantine or isolation periods outlined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) may not attend the Regional Forum.

2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum Vaccination Deadline

To be fully vaccinated for the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum, you must receive the second dose of an approved two-dose COVID-19 vaccine (such as Pfizer or Moderna), or a single dose of Johnson and Johnson’s Janssen vaccine, by Jan. 19, 2022.

* The deadline for exhibit personnel working during exhibit move-in will be earlier.

Proof of Full Vaccination

People are considered fully vaccinated:

  • 2 weeks after their second dose in a 2-dose series, such as the Pfizer/COMIRNATY or Moderna vaccines, or
  • 2 weeks after a single-dose vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine

In addition to Pfizer/COMIRNATY, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson/Janssen, accepted vaccines include those authorized for use by the World Health Organization, including vaccines produced by AstraZeneca/Oxford, Covishield, Sinopharm and Sinovac.

Mixed COVID-19 vaccine schedules of vaccines recognized by the World Health Organization are permitted to establish full vaccination status.

For further information on approved vaccines, refer to the World Health Organization. For help finding a COVID-19 vaccine, visit vaccines.gov.

At this time, a booster shot is not required. However, CDC recommends that eligible individuals get a booster shot.

Participants who are fully vaccinated have the option of using the CLEAR app and entering through the CLEAR entrance or bringing their proof of vaccination card and entering through the CrowdRX entrance.

Proof of Negative Test Result

Participants choosing this option will be required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 result from a professionally administered test. Results will be valid for entry for 36 hours from the time the test was conducted. Acceptable tests include antigen tests and Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (such as a PCR). Positive antibody tests cannot be accepted. At-home testing kit results cannot be accepted.

Participants providing proof of a negative COVID-19 test have the option of using the CLEAR app and entering through the CLEAR entrance or bringing digital or printed proof of their negative test result and entering through the CrowdRx entrance.

For expedited entry using the CLEAR mobile app, COVID-19 test results must be from one of the following approved testing sites:

Using the CLEAR App

To securely provide proof of full vaccination or a recent negative test, download the CLEAR app and complete these steps before you arrive:

  1. Open the CLEAR app and tap on the White Health Pass tile.
  2. Select “NBAA” under “All” locations and then select the event name “NBAA OPF Forum 2022.”
  3. Follow prompts to confirm your proof of vaccination or negative test result:
    • Verify Vaccination: Upload your CDC vaccine card or digitally link to your vaccine by providing the product name and manufacturer lot number.
    • Verify COVID Test: Link to your negative test result from participating labs.

A green Health Pass means you’re good to go! Show it at the CLEAR entrance when you arrive.

Scan the QR Code below to set up your CLEAR Heath Pass or install the app.

If you still have questions, contact clientservices@clearme.com.

On-Site Testing

NBAA will offer on-site testing for individuals who do not present proof of full vaccination or a negative test result.

Attendees utilizing this service will be responsible for the cost of the test.

Please be aware that participants will not be permitted access to the 2022 NBAA Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum venue while awaiting the test results.

Pre-Show COVID-19 Self Testing

NBAA strongly encourages all Regional Forum participants to self-test daily, beginning two days prior to the Regional Forum. If the result is positive, do not attend the Regional Forum and follow CDC guidance.

Individuals who do not present proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 must present proof of a negative result from a professional administered test conducted within 36 hours of entry.


Face Coverings

Orders of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention require individuals to wear a mask while in indoor areas on the premises of transportation hubs. Therefore, participants at the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum must wear a mask while inside the airport hangar, registration tent and executive washrooms. Masks are not required on the aircraft display or inside the aircraft.

Our health and safety partner, CrowdRX, recommends that all participants wear a higher quality mask, such as a KN95 or N95 respirator.

Masks must completely cover the nose and mouth, fit snugly and be secured to the head. Masks must be a solid piece of material without slits, exhalation valves or punctures. Bandanas, gaiters and similar coverings are not permitted.


Important COVID-19 Information

COVID-19, a highly infectious disease caused by the novel coronavirus, is currently classified as a pandemic by public health authorities. It is associated with severe symptoms including acute respiratory issues, severe damage to lungs and other organs and death. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), COVID-19 is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person, and individuals over age 65 and people of any age who have certain underlying medical conditions are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. COVID-19 is not fully understood at this time, and understanding of the symptoms, risks and spread of the disease may change over time. Although NBAA will take all reasonable safety precautions to protect the health of participants, because thousands of attendees are expected, NBAA cannot guarantee that participants will not be exposed to COVID-19 during attendance at the event.


COVID-19 Liability Waiver/Assumption of Risk

All participants at the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum acknowledge that their participation is completely voluntary and that they understand the dangers of COVID-19 and the risks of exposure described above. All participants further acknowledge that they assume all risks associated with COVID-19 in connection with attendance at the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum, including risks to their own health and the health of others with whom they may come in contact during or after the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum (“Assumed Risks”). Additionally, all participants at the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum agree, on behalf of themselves, their heirs and assigns, and anyone who might assert a claim on their behalf, to release, indemnify and hold harmless NBAA, the the 2022 Miami-Opa locka Regional Forum venues, NBAA partners and their respective owners, directors, officers, employees, representatives, heirs and assigns from any and all liability, claims or causes of action that may be released under applicable law arising from or relating to the Assumed Risks. This release includes any claims for personal injury, disease, death, property loss or any other loss, including but not limited to claims of negligence and any right to seek damages.

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.