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Space-A flights expand for families of deployed troops

August 2, 2015

More family members of deployed troops can travel space-available on military transport flights, thanks to a recent expansion of the Defense Department’s space-A passenger rules.

Dependents of service members deployed for at least 30 consecutive days will be able to fly without their service members anywhere in the world if space is available on a flight, and if they meet certain requirements.

Previously, a dependent’s sponsor had to be serving on a deployment for at least 120 days for the dependent to fly unaccompanied on a space-A flight.

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