Welcome to DCA Honor Flight Volunteers!
The following is the Official Flight DCA schedule for which we are asking for GREETERS at DCA Reagan National Airport! More flights or flight details may be added to this page throughout the year. This page will always be up-to-date. Thank you for your participation!
**Unless specifically stated otherwise, the following flight listings arrive and depart from DCA Reagan National Airport in Arlington, VA. Arrival and departure are on the same day, via the same airlines, and therefore, arrive and depart in the same Reagan Airport terminal.
Follow DCA maps to Terminal A for Sun Country Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Air Tran Airways, and Frontier Airlines.
Follow DCA maps to Terminal B for Delta Airlines
Follow DCA maps to Terminal C for American Airlines*
*Check the airport monitors for gate assignment for American Airlines flights! It may be in Terminal B, C, or in between depending on arrival gate.
Times at the World War II Memorial and the Korea War Memorial are all approximate and subject to change based on delays, traffic, and weather. To see the full Memorial Schedule, including BWI, IAD, and DCA hubs, click here to be redirected to our Memorial Greetings page.
For IAD Honor Flights, contact their volunteers at firstname.lastname@example.org or their website https://heroeswelcomeiad.com/2020-spring-schedule-sign-ups/
ETA = Estimated Time of Arrival
ETD = Estimated Time of Departure
TBD = To Be Determined
Please make sure that you have subscribed to our email list for updates
For groups of 20+ people, please email <email@example.com> for gate access pass requests. Each airline reserves the right to limit gate passes for any given flight. Signing up a GAP is not a guarantee until you receive a confirmation email.
DUE TO CAUTIONARY MEASURES associated with COVID-19, ALL HONOR FLIGHTS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED through June 30, 2021. Please check back regularly for updates about flights in 2021.
The National Board has extended the suspension of all Honor Flight travel through February 28, 2021. This decision was not made lightly. We’d like to share a note from Meredith Rosenbeck, CEO, from the national office: “The safety of our veterans has always been and will continue to be the number one priority of the Honor Flight Network. Our veterans are among the most vulnerable of the population as it relates to serious complications and death from COVID-19 and, as a result of this, it is just not prudent for Honor Flight to risk the health and safety of those we seek to honor at this juncture. The national staff will continue to be available to assist Hubs in any way we can or answer any questions you may have.”
The national Honor Flight board will continue to meet regularly and provide updates.