Air Mobility Command Travel Site

Welcome to the Air Mobility Command Travel Site. Our site contains valuable information for official and space available travel. We hope you will find this site useful for planning your travel with AMC. Pet travel information has also been provided to assist in preparing your pet for travel on the AMC Patriot Express flight or with one of our commercial airline partners. The Space-A page contains a vast amount of information on Space-A eligibility including 100 percent DAV criteria. Space-A is a privilege that may offer substantial savings for your leisure travel. My team strives to provide a wide variety of information for our travelers to use in while making their travel preparations for either a PCS/TDY or to just get away to that special location to relax and unwind. Please take some time to explore the site. If you don't find what you're looking for or have questions concerning travel with AMC, please contact your nearest AMC Passenger Terminal for additional assistance.


The CDC announced changes to U.S. entry requirements for air passengers starting 8 Nov 2021.  Specifics on the requirements can be found on the CDC website.
COVID-19 Testing: Passengers 2 years or older are required to present a negative COVID-19 viral test result, within a time period based on their vaccination status:
  • Fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and received a negative pre departure test result for COVID-19. The test was a viral test conducted on a specimen collected no more than 3 days before the flight’s departure.
  • Not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and received a negative pre-departure test result for COVID-19. The test was a viral test conducted on a specimen collected from no more than 1 day before the flight’s departure.
  • Tested positive for COVID-19 and cleared for travel by a licensed healthcare provider or public health official. The test was a viral test conducted on a specimen collected no more than 90 days before the flight’s departure.
  • Passengers between 2 and 17 years of age, not fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and received a negative pre-departure test result for COVID-19. The test was a viral test conducted on a specimen collected from the person no more than 3 days before the flight’s departure and this person is traveling with a fully vaccinated parent or guardian.
  • Received a humanitarian or emergency exemption to the testing requirement or the documentation of recovery, as determined by CDC and documented by an official U.S. Government letter.
  • COVID-19 testing is not required for passengers under the age of 2 years old.
  • COVID-19 TESTING EXEMPTION: Redeploying passengers presenting a testing exemption, signed by the first O-7 or civilian equivalent, in the chain of supervision. These passengers must maintain exemption documentation with them, present it when requested, and notify USTRANSCOM via email. The exemption document will specifically identify each traveler.
Additional CDC Requirement: Non-U.S. citizen, Non-U.S. Immigrants (not a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, lawful permanent resident, or traveling to the United States on an immigrant visa): Passengers must be fully vaccinated to travel to the United States by air.  Limited exceptions are listed on the CDC Attestation Form, Page 3, Paragraph 2.


On-site COVID-19 testing services at BWI & SEA-TAC AMC Terminals are no longer available. Passengers requiring proof of a COVID-19 test MUST arrive at their departure terminal with this documentation at the time of check-in.  Passengers arriving without proper documentation will be denied travel. 

PASSENGER TERMINAL DIRECTORY (Click on Location for Details)


Eligible family members and DoD civilians on official travel to Germany, Japan and the Republic of Korea must have either a 1. Special Issuance Passport or, 2. As a temporary exception, a regular (blue tourist) passport and memorandum from a DoD passport agent stating the SIP application was submitted prior to departing from the point of origin. The memorandum must include the following information: Each applicant’s full name, date of SIP submission, country of travel for PCS/TDY/TAD, and DoD VPAS ID. For a limited time, boarding a flight while on official travel status with a regular passport is permissible only with the this exception memo. NOTE: This temporary exception—allowing official travel on a regular passport with exception memo (in lieu of a SIP)—will expire on March 31, 2022.  This exception was originally set to expire on Sept. 30, 2021. Effective April 1, 2021, official travel must be conducted with a SIP. For more information, review the country-specific Foreign Clearance Guide at or contact your unit-level passport office.


Beginning 1 September 2021, all dependents, DoD Civilians, and DoD Contractors must comply with Korean Electronic Authorization (K-ETA) requirements. Use this link to create and manage your K-ETA:  More details can be found at