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Instructions on how to do this will be sent to your email once you have completed your registration. We highly recommend that students and active military register online.
Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email for instructions on how to upload proof of your eligibility for discounted registration rates.
Please bring your badge with you to the Anaheim Convention Center.
If you register after December 6, 2019, or are an international attendee, you can pick up your badge on-site at Attendee Registration in Hall E of the Anaheim Convention Center.
No changes will be accepted after Wednesday, January 29.
Attendee Registration Cancellations If you need to cancel your HAI HELI-EXPO registration, please email [email protected] midnight, December 6, 2019, to receive a full refund minus a processing fee.
On-site Attendee Registration, located in Hall E of the Anaheim Convention Center, will be open the following times: Monday, January 27 - am – pm Tuesday, January 28 - am – pm Wednesday, January 29 - am – pm Thursday, January 30 - am – pm Attendee Registration Substitutions HAI does accept changes to attendee registrations, such as the name on the registration or the dates attending.
Changes can be made in the online Registration Portal or on-site in Attendee Registration, located in Hall E.
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