Thank you for your interest in applying for an Honor Flight Kentucky mission. Veterans of WWII, the Korean, and Vietnam Wars are placed on our waiting list. Veterans are also prioritized for flights based on age as we lose an estimated 640 WWII veterans nationwide each day. The only exception to this are terminally ill veterans from any war, who will be prioritized.
REAL ID enforcement goes into effect October 1, 2021. Kentucky driver’s licenses without a black star cannot be used at airport security checkpoints for U.S. commercial air travel. Click here to learn more.
There are multiple applications below. Please read through this entire page before selecting an application.
Before submitting an application, please ensure you meet the requirements below:
Yes, I would like to fly out of Lexington, KY. (If not, please visit www.honorflight.org for other hubs)
I served active duty, honorably, in any branch, anywhere, and in any capacity during or between the official Department of Veteran’s Affairs dates for WWII, and the Korean and Vietnam Wars. (The exceptions to this are terminally ill veterans of any age and those female veterans applying to serve as “guardians” on our upcoming Operation Heroes flight).
Female veterans click here to apply for our Operation HERoes flight (including female veterans who have served since Vietnam).
To apply to fly as a veteran (WWII, Korean, or Vietnam conflicts), click here to apply for an Honor Flight Kentucky mission (excluding Operation HERoes).
If you’d like to serve as a guardian on an upcoming flight (excluding Operation HERoes), please click here to apply.
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