Space A Travel
Welcome to the 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron (LRS) Passenger Terminal!
We are located about 15 miles northwest of Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport at Adams Field.
Space Available seats are often limited, therefore, passenger planning and flexibility is key to Space Available travel out of Little Rock AFB.
To see if you are eligible for Space A travel, please check the partial list here, or for a complete list of eligibility look for categories of eligibility in DODI 4515.13.
C-21 and C-12 type aircraft have a 30 lb baggage allowance. C-130, C-17, C-5, KC-10, and KC-135 have a baggage allowance of 140 lbs total weight (70 lbs each). C-9 and C-40 aircraft bags cannot exceed 50 lbs total weight.
The Little Rock AFB Passenger Terminal is committed to providing you the best possible service. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns during your visit with the Little Rock Passenger Terminal.
|Space A email sign-up
Sponsor's E-mail must include: Name, Rank and Service affiliation; Social Security number is not mandatory.
NOTE: All dependents traveling with the sponsor must be identified by name (Social Security or passport number is optional).
|Flying cheap: Passenger terminal offers free flights
The 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron Passenger Terminal offers a unique travel opportunity to service members and their families at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas.
Space-Available flights allows authorized passengers to travel by Defense Department owned and operated aircraft after mission and equipment have been accommodated.
"After the cargo and mandatory passengers are assigned to an aircraft for a mission there may be free seats and sometimes those go unused," said Airman 1st Class Amber Bell, 19th LRS Air Transportation journeyman. "Those spots are available to authorized individuals for use at a first-come first-serve basis."
Although flights are not guaranteed, being aware of the requirements can improve the chances of getting a seat.
Active-duty, National Guard, Reserve personnel and retirees can fly with Space-A, but Defense Department civilians must have orders in order to participate in the program. Families of service members and retirees can also travel with their sponsors if space is available, but guardsmen and reservists may not bring dependents unless the member is on active orders.
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