International Council of Air Shows
Health and Safety

Public Health Policies and Protocols

2020 ICAS Convention



Safety is a core value of the International Council of Air Shows. To that end, ICAS and the management of the Paris Las Vegas Hotel are taking pro-active steps to ensure your health and safety and minimize exposure to the COVID-19 virus during the 2020 ICAS Convention in Las Vegas for all ICAS Convention delegates, exhibitors, speakers, and staff. * 


*The ICAS Public Health Policies and Protocols have been developed in cooperation with the Paris Las Vegas Hotel in response to the circumstances prevalent in early summer. They will be adjusted if and as the situation changes.









Counters, laptops, printers, tables, chairs, handrails, doorknobs, bathroom sinks, toilets and other furniture/equipment/areas with high traffic will be wiped down with antiviral and antibacterial agents frequently throughout the day by both hotel and ICAS representatives throughout the convention area.




In accordance with both Nevada regulations and the policy of the Paris Hotel and Caesars Entertainment Corporation, ICAS Convention delegates will be required to wear a mask at all times when on hotel property and outside of individual sleeping rooms, except to eat and drink.




The 2020 ICAS Convention will be conducted under a “no hugs, no kissing, no handshaking” policy throughout the convention meeting area, including common areas, exhibit hall, meeting rooms, and at social/meal functions.




Please practice good hygiene by washing your hands frequently or using sanitizing stations which will be located throughout the hotel and meeting area.




Signage to encourage pandemic-aware behavior will be posted throughout the meeting area.










Provide emergency contact information to ICAS during your registration process.
Consider whether or not you may fall into one of the “higher risk” categories identified by public health officials before registering for the 2020 ICAS Convention.
Do not travel to the convention if you are ill or not feeling well.







Walls, stanchions, clear plastic barriers and other structures and equipment will be used to ensure physical distancing for all delegates.
ICAS staff/volunteers will wear face masks at all times when interacting with members/delegates.







Wider aisles between booths to ensure each delegates ability to maintain proper physical distance.

One-way aisles to manage flow of traffic once inside the hall.







Chairs in meeting rooms will be set to allow proper social distancing.
Hotel staff will wipe down all high-touch/high-traffic areas frequently throughout the day.








Only pre-packaged meals will be offered during exhibit hall lunch and continental breakfasts.
Coffee stations will be staffed with attendants.
Seating at tables during Chairman’s Banquet will be reduced from ten per table to six per table.
Additional bartenders will be added to minimize lines at bars.
Handwashing/sanitizing stations will be placed in all rooms where food is served.






The hotel has implemented a health screening program for all of its employees.
The hotel has re-trained the entire hotel staff on proper cleaning/disinfecting procedures, personal behavior, and use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

Hand sanitizer is provided at multiple locations in the hotel, including throughout the meeting area.

Most entry doors will be set in an open position to minimize contact with hard surfaces.
Queue spacing marks have been placed at all bars, restaurants and retail locations to identify and encourage appropriate social distancing.

The hotel has implemented an aggressive cleaning/disinfecting schedule for all public and “high touch” areas
Hotel employees will not enter occupied rooms, including guest room attendants.
Restaurant table spacing has been changed to accommodate appropriate social distancing.
Social distancing procedures have been implemented throughout the Paris and Bally’s Hotels.
Casinos, restaurants and other public areas have reduced their maximum capacities to allow for appropriate distancing.







Should you become ill during the convention, please advise a staff member by telephone (703-779-8510) and self-isolate.
Contact a local emergency room or urgent care center for instructions.


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3186 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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3717 Las Vegas Blvd S Ste 100, Las Vegas, NV 89109