Honor Flight Arizona recognizes you, our WWII veterans (served between December 7, 1941 & December 31, 1946) and Korean War Veterans (served between June 25, 1950 & January 31, 1955), for your sacrifices and achievements by flying you to Washington, D.C. to see YOUR Memorial at no cost to you.
NOTE: While Vietnam War Veterans (served between February 28, 1961 & May 7, 1975) may now apply to be added to our waiting list, please note that our list of WWII and Korean War Veteran applications is extensive due to the large retirement population in Arizona. It will be some time before the Vietnam War Veterans will be scheduled on flights. We are limited by time and resources as to the number of flights we can schedule each year.
For what you and your fellow veterans have given us, please consider this a small token of appreciation from all of us at Honor Flight Arizona. We owe so much to you, our WWII and Korean War veterans.
If you are a World War II or Korean War veteran, and you would like to see your memorial in Washington, D.C., please fill out an application and send it in. Every World War II or Korean War veteran flies free. We will not allow a World War II or Korean War veteran to pay his own way. Please note that there is currently a waiting list for Korean War Veterans.
Volunteers, called Guardians, fly with the our Veterans on every flight to provide assistance and ensure that you have a safe, memorable, and rewarding experience. PLEASE NOTE: Your spouse, lady friend/man friend is not eligible to act as a guardian.
Visit our FAQ page for answers to questions about details of the trip, how we’re funded, which part of the state we serve, and other information. You may also call us at (928) 377-1020 or use the Contact Us page to send an e-mail.
Please either complete the online form below, or download and print the PDF application.
Please specify your WWII service date and/or Korean War service date in the online form (below) or printed application.