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Military Space-A Air Terminal Availability From May 22nd to May 29th 2024

This week, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in NJ flew to Iceland and Alaska, and McChord out of Washington flew to Lakenheath in the UK, to name a few interesting flights. It's the start of PCS season, so you'll notice there were not many Space-A seats available on a few of the Patriot Express flights (see Sea-Tac and Norfolk roll calls) towards the end of May. All seats to Ramstein from BWI were filled, with quite a few people not making the cut this time. It's going to be a little trickier to get overseas from here on out, so good luck!

Military Space-A Air travel is all about finding available seats. Here is a snapshot of the major CONUS and OCONUS Passenger Terminals' available seats and usage for May 22nd to May 29th. This information can give you an overview of the best time of the year to travel Space-A Air and the best destinations.

Staying flexible while studying flights for a future Space-A Air trip is essential. Check out different flight plans with multiple layovers vs. direct flights.

Click the box above to view the Space-A Air Availability Chart from May 22nd to May 29th, 2024.


  • Leisure travel to Guam requires all travelers to have a passport OR a State Enhanced Driver's License.

  • 100% Disabled Veteran travelers (excluding retirees): If you do not have a DoD I.D. card with "Retired" as your status, your travel is limited IAW DoDI 4515.13, Table 3 Item 47:

    • "Authorized veterans with a permanent service-connected disability rated as total and their dependents (when accompanied by their sponsor): traveling in the CONUS or directly between the CONUS and Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and American Samoa (Guam and American Samoa travelers may transit Hawaii or Alaska); or traveling within Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or the U.S. Virgin Islands."

  • The only location the SeaTac AMC Gateway travels to that a 100% Disabled Veteran can travel to is Guam.

  • Fees:

    • International Head Tax Fee (Arrival/Departure): $22.10

    • Domestic Tax Fee to and from Alaska and Hawaii: $11.10

    • Domestic Segment travel within CONUS Tax Fee: $5.00

    • Federal Inspection & Customs Usage Fees (FIS): $17.93

Photo by By Airman 1st Class Stassney Davis | DVIDS

Please note that the roll call spreadsheet gives you the past three months of roll calls for more significant planning!

Space-A Air travel is a great way to get away, especially if you are flexible with dates and open-minded about your destination.

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