Flight Info & Pics


Flight Date
Veterans Flown
October 29, 202291October 29, 2022 PicturesOctober 29, 2022 Itinerary
October 11, 202289October 11, 2022 PicturesOctober 11, 2022 Itinerary
Sept 17, 202287September 17, 2022 PicturesSeptember 17, 2022 Itinerary
June 4, 202292June 4 2022 Pictures

June 4 2022 D.C. Pictures
June 4, 2022 Itinerary
May 14, 202288May 14 2022 PicturesMay 14, 2022 Itinerary
April 21, 202292April 21 2022 Pictures
November 2, 201988November 2, 2019 PicturesNovember 2, 2019 Itinerary
October 5, 201992October 5, 2019 PicturesOctober 5, 2019 Itinerary
September 7, 201988September 7, 2019 PicturesSeptember 7, 2019 Itninerary
May 18, 201986May 18, 2019 Pictures PicturesMay 18, 2019 Itinerary
April 20, 201988April 20, 2019 Pictures PicturesApril 20, 2019 Itinerary
November 3, 201891November 3, 2018 PicturesNov 3, 2018 Itinerary
October 13, 201893October 13, 2018 PicturesOct 13, 2018 Itinerary
September 22, 201892September 22, 2018 PicturesSept 22, 2018 Itinerary
May 12, 201897May 12, 2018 PicturesMay 12, 2018 Itinerary
April 21, 201890April 21, 2018 PicturesApril 21, 2018 Itinerary
October 7, 201787October 7, 2017 PicturesOct. 7, 2017 Itinerary
September 16, 201788September 16, 2017 PicturesSept. 16, 2017 Itinerary
May 13, 201789May 13, 2017 Pictures
April 22, 201788April 22, 2017 PicturesApril 22, 2017 Itinerary
October 10, 201691October 10, 2016 Pictures
September 24, 201685September 24, 2016 Pictures
May 21, 201681May 21, 2016 Pictures
April 30, 201685April 30, 2016 Pictures
October 10, 201588October 10, 2015 Pictures
September 12, 201585September 12, 2015 Pictures
May 16, 201585May 16, 2015 Pictures
April 25, 201583April 25, 2015 Pictures
October 18, 201485October 18, 2014 Pictures
September 13, 201484September 13, 2014 Pictures
May 17, 201484May 17, 2014 Pictures
May 3, 201487May 3, 2014 – Pictures
October 19, 201384October 19, 2013 – Pictures
September 14, 201392
May 18, 201388May 18, 2013 Pictures
May 4, 201384
October 13, 201277http://badgerhonorflight.shutterfly.com
September 8, 201285
May 19, 201290May 19, 2012 Pictures
April 21, 201290April 21, 2012 – Pictures
November 12, 201192
October 8, 2011100
April 2, 201194April 2, 2011 Pictures
October 2, 2010101October 2, 2010
April 17, 201097April 17, 2010 – Pictures

Day in Washington DC:

Does my Veteran need to bring a coat?

Badger Honor Flight provides each Veteran and guardian with a light jacket that they get to keep. We suggest they dress in layers based upon the forecast.

Can I meet/surprise my Veteran in D.C.?

Yes, We love it when family is able to meet up with their Vet in DC!  Public transportation is recommended if you plan to follow us around all day.  If you are planning to meet our group at the gate at our arrival airport, you will need to request a Gate Access Pass (GAP) from the GAP Coordinator at the appropriate airport.  If we are flying American Airlines into Reagan National, please follow the instructions located here https://honorflightdca.com/volunteering/greeting/greeting-how/ .  If we are flying Allegiant into Baltimore, please email bwigap19@gmail.com.  You will need to provide the full name of all people, as it appears on your government issued ID, of all people requesting GAPs.  This includes babies and children.  Please also include your date of birth and gender. Otherwise, the best place to connect with our group is at The National Mall as we typically spend a large part of our day at the Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, and The Vietnam Wall.   Please see our Facebook page for the flight-specific itinerary.

Can I ride along on the bus? Can I follow the group around town?

BHF doesn’t allow ride alongs on our buses, but you can meet us at the various stops. Please check the itinerary for the times.

Where is the best place to meet/surprise the Veteran during the day?

All stops are good places to meet the Veteran! You may want to consider either the Korea/Vietnam Memorial stop as it is our longest stop with lots of free time.

How do I know where the group is from stop to stop?

BHF posts updates on our Facebook page throughout the day – follow along with us here!

My Veteran has asked me to be his Guardian because I live near D.C. When/where do I get my Guardian training?

Please contact badgerhonorflightdc@gmail.com for information regarding guardian training.

Who will take my Mail Call letters for the airplane?

Please contact Brian Ziegler at chairperson@badgerhonorflight.org regarding how to get these to BHF so we may distribute them on the plane.

If you have additional DC questions, please contact at badgerhonorflightdc@gmail.com

Welcome Home at Dane County Regional Airport:

What time do we need to be at the airport for the Welcome Home?

Typically the plane arrives at 8:45 but this can change each flight. Please be sure to check our official itinerary on our website and Facebook for the plane schedule. We do suggest that you arrive about an hour before the plane lands due to the large crowds at this event.

What door should we go in?

BHF recommends you enter the airport either through Door 3 or Door 4.

Are there chairs available?

BHF does provide chairs to those who need one. Please do not bring your own. If you or a family member are in need of a chair, please see a BHF volunteer in a yellow t-shirt that night.

How can I buy a red Badger Honor Flight shirt?

These shirts along with other BHF merchandise is available at our information table located near Door 3.

Can we bring signs?

Yes, you may bring signs. BHF also has a sign making area located between Door 3 and Door 4.

Is there a handicapped area for watching the parade?

Unfortunately, there is not a handicap area. However, you will find that folks will generally allow those requiring either a wheelchair or chair front row seating.

Are there bathrooms available?

There are several bathrooms located throughout Dane County Regional Airport.

Where can I park?

There is plenty of parking available in either the surface lots or in the parking ramps. The airport does charge a fee for parking as you exit the lot that evening.

What time does the plane land?

The plane arrival varies so check the itinerary posted. It does take about 15-20 minutes to unload the first set of Veterans. We ask that everyone stay until the last Veteran is through the parade route.

If you have additional questions, please contact 


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