Air Mobility Command reopens space-available travel

A C-130J Super Hercules taxis on the flightline at Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, as Airmen from the 19th Airlift Wing return from a deployment, April 4, 2022. Airmen from the 19th AW deployed to Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait, which is known as U.S. Central Command’s Theater Gateway, and is capable of responding to contingencies throughout the area of responsibility through tactical airlift operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Maria Umanzor Guzman)

Published April 22, 2022

Air Mobility Command Public Affairs


As of April 22, all restrictions on space-available (Space-A) travel have been lifted. 
The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense temporarily suspended most Space-A travel aboard Air Mobility Command and contracted aircraft, effective March 21, 2020 in order to limit COVID-19’s spread and impact on the force. 
Medical screening protocols may still apply for travelers heading outside the contiguous United States (OCONUS). Members traveling to a foreign country will need to follow any testing requirements listed within the Electronic Foreign Clearance Guide
This reopening permits Space-A travel for uniformed service members, retirees, dependents and Reservists to travel within the continental United States and outside the continental United States, if space allows. 
Per Department of Defense policy, if necessary, Space-A travel limitations can be reinstated to help stop the spread of any future outbreaks of COVID-19. Mobility aircrew readiness is paramount to ensuring the Department is postured to project mobility airpower and global reach. 

For additional information on Space-Available Travel, visit AMC’s travel website here