U.S. military veterans and their families can save up to 10% on domestic and international flights by enrolling in VetRewards and booking through Veterans Advantage.
Depending on your destination, bags are free of charge with active U.S. military ID:
We welcome active-duty military with ID to board the plane in Group 1 along with our customers in First.
Military working dogs
Military and police dogs working in detection, security enforcement and combat must be listed when you book your trip. We waive pet charges for trained active military dogs traveling in the cabin if they’re on official duty and have written documents.
Working dogs trained to attack are not permitted in the cabin and must be checked.
We accept checked pets at the ticket counter for active-duty U.S. military traveling on assignment. Fees and restrictions apply.
We researched this on February 13, 2023.
If you’re active duty or retired military you may be eligible for discounts at many restaurants, businesses, and local establishments.
This includes all five branches: Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Marine corps. Often the National Guard and Reserves are also included.
Often documentation is required to prove involvement with military and other government organizations.
To present your proof of active duty or veteran status make sure you have at least one of the following documents.
No. Most of the time the military member is required to apply for the discount for themselves and/or family.
Normally military discounts are reserved for the military member. Occasionally, depending on discount policy, immediate family members may also use it.