Please understand our primary mission is the movement of cargo and space required (duty) passengers on Department of Defense owned or controlled aircraft. Once mission requirements are met, available seats will be offered to Space-A passengers awaiting transportation. T Travelers must be prepared for the possibly of having to wait several days or even arrange alternate commercial transportation. Please remember, space-available travel is a privilege and Air Mobility Command cannot guarantee movement to your desired location or on any particular schedule.
There are 4 ways you can sign up for space “A” travel:
The flights listed are current as of July 1 2022.
There are no projected space a flights through July 22 2022.
72-hour 130th Airlift Wing Space Available Travel hotline: 304-341-6600
For question concerning travel restrictions and eligibility please call the passenger terminal at 304-341-6185.
Space ‘A’ is short for “Space-Available” and is air transportation on government owned or controlled aircraft. When mission and cargo loads allow, there are often seats made available to eligible passengers. With a little patience and flexibility, you can travel all over the world for almost nothing.
Category III - Ordinary leave, relatives, house hunting permissive TDY, MOH holders & foreign military
www.spacea.net/space-FAQ-answers-your-questions This will go over several questions and answers that many Space A travelers have and can read and review online at their own time and pace.