Honoring America’s Veterans

Honor Flight SN (4)

Honor Flight Southern Nevada is a non-profit organization with the mission of escorting WWII, Korean War and Vietnam War Veterans to the memorials in Washington D.C. which are dedicated to the sacrifices they made for our freedom.  We work with veterans in Las Vegas, Henderson, Boulder City, Tonopah, Ely, Mesquite, Laughlin, Pahrump and everywhere in between.  Priority is given to World War II veterans and veterans with a terminal illness

Next Flight is expected to be October 15-17, 2021

If you know a WWII, Korean or Vietnam War veteran that is in poor Health, please contact us to discuss our Virtual Tour program.

Please note:  As of October 2020 Real ID requirements will be enforced. Visit this link for for up to date information:

KTNV Channel 13 Action News produced  a 30 minute documentary about our last flight in May 2019 which you can watch by clicking on the blue link below:

KTNV Channel 13 Honor Flight Southern Nevada Documentary

To Apply:  Please download an application from the application page and mail it in or complete the online application. Once we get an application, we will call you about 45 days before the next flight.

If you have any questions or need more information, please feel free to call us at 702-749-5912 or fax your application to 702-749-5933.  

We have escorted over 460 WWII, Korean War and Vietnam veterans to Washington D.C. since our first flight in October 2013.  

Honor Flight Southern Nevada is a non-profit organization founded in June 2013, as a part of the national Honor Flight Network, created solely to honor America’s Veterans for ALL their sacrifices.  Honor Flight Southern Nevada is an ALL volunteer organization and our mission is simple: to fly our World War II, Korean and Vietnam War veterans to Washington D.C. to visit the memorials that stand in their honor, at no cost to the veterans. 

We escort our heroes to Washington, DC to see how a grateful nation pays tribute to our Greatest Generation!  The World War II Memorial is America’s way of showing our appreciation for their sacrifices, their bravery, their honor, their courage, and acknowledging their efforts that secured our freedom!

Veterans are chosen for the trip on a first-come, first-served basis with priority given to WWII veterans and veterans with a terminal illness. This is a three day trip spending the main day at the World War II Memorial, and visiting other Washington D.C. landmarks such as the Korean War Memorial, Vietnam Wall, Lincoln Memorial, the Marine Corps War Memorial and others as time permits.   The remaining two days are spent in travel to and from Washington D.C.

Honor Flight Southern Nevada shall not discriminate based upon a person’s sex, financial status, race, creed, color, religion or ethnic background.

Veterans on a flight are accompanied by trained volunteer guardians, who assist veterans for the day. Veterans MUST be able to take care of themselves while in a hotel room.  Those with dementia or Alzheimer’s are not eligible to make the trip because we are not trained caregivers for these illnesses. However, we would still like to honor these veterans so please contact us for information on how.

Veterans and volunteers interested in applying should visit and read our FAQs section and complete an application here.

We are supported solely through donations and run by volunteers. We have no paid staff.  Our volunteers coordinate fundraising, communication with veterans and volunteers, training, medical supervision, travel to and from Washington D.C., and all transportation, activities and meals in Washington D.C.  We will continue to organize flights as long as we have the financial support to do so.

Many organizations and individuals support Honor Flight Southern Nevada fundraising events.  Please visit our website and Facebook regularly for event information.  Thank you for attending the many fundraising events that support us!

National Honor Flight Network

We are an affiliate of the national Honor Flight Network, which began in 2005 in Dayton, Ohio.  There are now about 40 “hubs,” or cities from which flights originate around the country. National Honor Flight Network provides us with technical and travel support and helps arrange activities in Washington D.C.  We are pleased to be granted tax exempt status from Federal income tax under 501c3 of the internal revenue code.  We are classified as a public charity and our tax number will be made available upon request.

Funds go solely to the operations of this local Honor Flight Southern Nevada program.

We are a proud member of the Honor Flight Network!

Readers Comments (1)

  1. I had the honor to do the Honor Flight Southern Nevada in October 2018 with my daughter as my Guardian. The kindness of the leaders was fantastic. The get together’s after the flight were also great. Well, yesterday, Monday the 21st of June, when I went to my mailbox i got the surprise of my life, well, maybe the 2nd or 3rd best. It was care package. Inside were goodies, the ones I like, and other things. I specially liked the notes written by the young people. Even got one from a 2 year old, (thanks Mom.) Thank you, the people that do all these things for we veterans. God Bless you all

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