A 72-hour DoD/SecNavInst compliant version of NAS Fort Worth JRB Passenger Terminal's Flight Schedule is now available exclusively on www.facebook.com/NASFortWorthJRB
For all questions or comments, please contact a Passenger Terminal Representative at (817) 782-6288 or 6290. (Note: phone lines are subject to heavy traffic. Please remain patient when attempting to call for info).
Passenger Terminal E-mail
The Passenger Terminal is not an AMC designated air terminal, therefore we are not authorized access to flight scheduling information used by other military services. Navy flights listed on our flight schedule are the result of a greater mission, not routine or scheduled travel.
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday (0730 - 1600)
The Passenger Terminal will open early or remain open past normal operating hours to accommodate flight schedule requirements including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.
Passenger Terminal Representative: (817)782-6288, 6290
Passenger Terminal Flight Recording: (817)782-6289
Eligibility to Fly Space ‘A’
Travel Categories/Selection Priorities for the Space 'A' Flight
The following is a partial listing of eligibility. A complete listing of eligible passengers by category is contained in DoD 4515.13-R.
• Emergency travel on a round-trip basis in connection with serious illness, death, or impending death of a member of the immediate family of the following:
• United States citizen civilian employees of the DoD stationed overseas.
• Full-time, paid personnel of the American Red Cross serving with United States military services overseas.
• Uniformed service family members whose sponsors are stationed within the Continental United States (CONUS) and the emergency exist overseas.
• Family members of United States citizen civilian employees of the DoD when both sponsor and dependents are stationed overseas at the same location.
• Sponsors on environmental and morale leave (EML) and accompanied family members.
DoD Dependent School (DoDDS) teachers and their accompanied family members in EML status during school year holiday or vacation periods.
Military personnel traveling on permissive TDY orders for other than house hunting.
• Members of the uniformed services in an ordinary or reenlistment leave status and uniformed services patients on convalescent leave. Members on convalescent leave may not travel overseas unless their leave form is so annotated.
• Family members (up to age 23 with a valid identification card) of Active Duty members when accompanied by a sponsor.
Note B applies.
Military personnel traveling on permissive temporary duty (TDY) orders for house hunting.
If the permissive TDY is for the purpose of permanent change of station house hunting, the member travels in Category III and can be accompanied by one family member.
Bona fide family members (up to age 23 with a valid identification card) of a service member of the uniformed services when accompanied by their sponsor who is in an ordinary leave status within overseas areas between overseas stations and air terminals in the CONUS.
This privilege does not apply to travel of dependents to or from a sponsor's restricted or unaccompanied tour location or to travel in a leave status to or from TDY locations. It applies only to round-trip travel to an overseas area or the CONUS with the sponsor. DoD 4515.13-R restricts use of these privileges to establish a home for family members in an overseas area or the CONUS.
Foreign exchange service members on permanent duty with the DoD, when in a leave status.
• Unaccompanied family members (18 years or older) traveling on EML orders. Family members under 18 must be accompanied by an adult family member who is traveling EML.
• DoDDS teachers or family members (accompanied or unaccompanied) in an EML status during summer break.
• Family members with a command sponsored letter . The sponsor has to be deployed or going to be deployed for 120 consecutive days or more. You must have this letter.You can not travel until the first day of the sponsors deploymentand the letter terminates the last day of the sponsors deployment.. There is no waiver for this. If a sample is needed as to what this letter MUST say contact the terminal.
• Students whose sponsor is stationed in Alaska or Hawaii.
• Students enrolled in a trade school in the CONUS when the sponsor is stationed overseas.
• Reserve components/members.
• Retired military members who are issued DD Form 2 and eligible to receive retired or retainer pay.
• Family members (up to age 23 with a valid identification card) of retired members when accompanied by a sponsor.
Note B applies
A. Space available (Space A) eligible travelers may not use their privilege for personal gain or in connection with business enterprises or employment. Space A travel may not be used to establish a home or when international or theater restrictions prohibit such travel.
B. Family members travel within the CONUS: Active Duty and Retiree family members may travel within CONUS when accompanying sponsor.
C. Remember Space A seats are normally identified as early as 3-4 hours and as late as 30 minutes prior to departure. Recommend you check with the passenger service center for the space available show time for your flight prior to departing the terminal. Be ready for immediate processing and boarding.