Accommodations for Attendees with Disabilities
EBACE management will provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities who make their situation known to EBACE personnel. Reasonable accommodations are those that do not create an undue hardship on EBACE, change the nature of scheduled events or activities, or pose a safety or health threat to other attendees.
Individuals with disabilities who wish to use personal-powered vehicles at EBACE must contact NBAA’s Edward Bagsic at [email protected] for approval. It is the policy of EBACE that these vehicles be specifically used for handicapped individuals and exhibit the stability required to operate around exhibits and aircraft. For safety reasons, only officially-approved vehicles are permitted to operate within the exhibit halls at Palexpo or on the static display at Geneva International Airport. Only trained service animals with proper supervision are permitted at EBACE.
Audio/Video Recording Notice
EBACE and its partners and agents may record audio and visual images of various aspects of EBACE2020 for archival and promotional purposes. Credentialed members of the press are also allowed to record aspects of EBACE2020. By attending EBACE, attendees understand that their likenesses may be recorded and consent to this use of their voice and image by EBACE and its partners and agents without any further notice or compensation.
EBACE is a business event. Exhibitors are requested to kindly advise their sales people and customers that children under 12 are never permitted on the Palexpo exhibit floor or at the static display of aircraft – 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. EBACE will not be held responsible by or for any cause whatsoever.
EBACE is a business event. Dress for EBACE is business attire. This applies to all attendees and exhibitors, as well as to personnel working on behalf of exhibitors in their stands.
A first aid station will be available in Hall 5 during move-in and move-out and on show days.
Contact: +41 (0) 22 761 13 18; internal call: 1318.
Contact the EBACE U.S.A. office to correct your mailing address, or if you no longer wish to receive EBACE materials. Please send the address panel with corrections noted to:
EBACE U.S.A. Office
Attn: David Bascomb
1200 G Street NW, Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20005
Parking will be available in the garages below Hall 5 at a charge. Exhibitors may order parking permits in advance through Palexpo. Information and an order form will be available in the Exhibitor Service Kit.
For liability reasons, and to maintain the professional appearance of the event, no pets will be allowed at EBACE. Service animals are permitted.
EBACE is a non-smoking event. In Geneva, smoking is prohibited in all public areas. All Palexpo premises, as well as the static display of aircraft, are considered public areas. Smoking is, therefore, strictly prohibited. All users and guests of EBACE2020 are required to adhere to this regulation. Companies and individuals found to be in violation of this regulation risk being fined.