Welcome

Welcome to the Air Mobility Command Travel webpage. Space available (Space-A) Travel is a privilege that may offer substantial savings for your leisure travel plans.  My team strives to provide a vast variety of information for our travelers to use in their travel preparations for your desired destination.  Please take some time to explore the information provided on this site that will assist you in your travel planning.  If for some reason you cannot find the information you need or have any questions or concerns, please contact the AMC Passenger Terminal closest to your departure location for additional assistance.

              Brig. Gen. Steven J. Bleymaier
              AMC Director of Logistics, 
              Engineering and Force Protection

Travel Instructions

1 - Travel Eligibility
Review TRAVEL ELIGIBILITY Categories I-VI, to determine your Space-A Travel Category.


2 - Locations
Review common destinations offered at your nearest AMC Passenger Terminal by visiting their Social Media Page. 

3 - Document Check Ensure you have the required travel documents, such as your passport along with any required visas.  Customs and Immigration requirements may change, contact your departure passenger terminal for current documentation requirements or travel restrictions. Other information regarding travel documents may be found by visiting the U.S. Department of State International Travel website.

4 - Registration
You can register in-person at a local AMC Passenger Terminal by speaking directly with a passenger service agent or by FAX or E-mail.

5 - Flight Schedules
For specific travel information, please contact your nearest AMC Passenger Terminal or check your Passenger Terminal Facebook Page for their 72-Hour Flight Schedule. 

6 - Checking in
Check-in at the terminal counter to mark yourself present and review updated flight information.  Ensure you do not exceed baggage weight limits and are not traveling with any prohibited items.  Await your Space-A call and follow instructions given to you by the passenger service agents.

REMINDER TO TRAVELERS

Please be aware that Space-A travelers must be prepared to cover commercial travel expenses if Space-A flights are changed or become unavailable. Per DODI  4515.13, Section 4, Paragraph 4.1.a, Reservations: There is no guarantee of transportation, and reservations will not be accepted or made for any space-available traveler.  The DOD is not obligated to continue an individual's travel or return the individual to the point of origin or any other point.  Travelers should have sufficient personal funds to pay for commercial transportation, lodging, and other expenses if space-available transportation is not available.

 

ALL ASSOCIATED EXPENSES ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE TRAVELER.

 

 

Space-a: Email Sign-up

For questions on Space-A Travel, please contact the closest AMC Passenger Terminal to your location or the Terminal you intend to depart from.


A list containing Phone Numbers and Email addresses of several Air Force Passenger Terminals is provided by clicking here: AMC Travel Contacts 

Most AMC Passenger Terminals also maintain a Facebook Page with contact information provided. 
Links to these Facebook pages can be found on the AMC Travel Page.




QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS?

HAVE A QUESTION?  

  • CLICK HERE for our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page.
  • If you require additional or more specific travel information, contact your nearest AMC Passenger Terminal or your intended departure location.  
  • CLICK HERE for the Passenger Terminal Contact Information Directory.
  • If you have any questions about this webpage, please contact HQ Air Mobility Command Passenger Policy Office at Commercial Ph. No. (618)-229-4593.

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OPSEC For social media and travelers

Sites Social networking sites (SNSs), like Facebook® and Twitter®, are great ways to connect with people, share information, and market products and services. However, these sites can also provide adversaries, such as terrorists, spies and criminals, with the critical information they need to disrupt your mission and harm you, your co-workers, or even your family members.  The more information adversaries can obtain, the more opportunities they have to cause damage at your expense.  Practicing good operations security (OPSEC) will minimize the risks that come from participating in SNSs, and help you to recognize and protect your critical information..

Read this "SAFE SOCIAL NETWORKING" document for more information!