Blog Posts tagged in "Space A Travel"

Japan is one of the most unique travel destinations in the world and well worth the time and effort required to get there. Flying Space-A to Japan is an incredible opportunity that makes the possibility of visiting this beautiful country very realistic. Here’s what you need to know to plan your trip. If you are new to Space-A flying, read this Quickstart Guide to Space-A Flights first to get a basic understanding of how the process works. 1. The CONUS passenger terminals with the most Space-A flights to Japan are Travis Air Force Base and Seattle Tacoma (SeaTac) International Airport From Sea... read more

Flying Space-A Without Your Sponsor: How Military Spouses Can Travel Solo Did you know that as a dependent (18 years or older), you can take a military Space-A flight without your sponsor? However, there are restrictions to where and how often you can travel, depending on your category . Here’s how you figure out what category you’re in, where you can fly, what paperwork you need, and how to sign up. Information for All Unaccompanied Dependents For all categories, you obtain the required paperwork from your sponsor’s commander. You must keep the paperwork with you at all times while traveling... read more

There are many companies that want to extend their appreciation to the military community through a military discount. One military discount that you may not have realized available to military members is through the airlines. If you are looking to travel be sure to check out the military discount fares offered by the following airlines. I have found through personal experience that it is often a better deal to purchase your ticket through the website directly or through a company such as expedia. However, I noticed if you need to plan a last minute flight or are flexible on your travel dates... read more