Space-A Flights: Active Duty/Retired fly at little or no cost!

(A formation of U.S. Air Force C-130 Hercules cargo aircraft fly in formation June 5, 2012, as they return from the Samurai Surge training mission near Mount Fuji, Japan. At 12,388 feet, Mount Fuji is the tallest mountain in Japan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Chad C. Strohmeyer))

One of the biggest fringe benefits, dollar-wise, for uniformed services personnel and their family members is Space-A air travel on U.S. military owned and operated aircraft. While there are some old pros who know all the ropes, having learned the hard way by flying Space-A, there are those who are a bit afraid to jump into the unknown. The links below are for those who want to learn more about Space-A air travel.

The following link to’s Space A Travel Guide offers information on the how-to’s of traveling Space-A, as well as links to available flights, eligibility information, and more!

Guide to Space A Air Travel

Visit for information and to sign up for Space A travel online. The site is not owned or operated by the US Government, and is operated privately and non-commercially to allow users to sign up for Space A travel in the most simple way possible.