UPDATE:

Flight 30 Update:

Flight 30, a flight to honor East Tennessee's women veterans, has been postponed until April, 2021. Additional information will be released as soon as available.

HONORING THEIR SACRIFICE:

11 Years. 29 Flights. 3700+ Veterans Served.

Are you a veteran that would like to join HonorAir Knoxville on one of our trips? Maybe you would like to offer your services as HonorAir Volunteer Escort or Sam Hardman Student Ambassador.

Download your application here:

Applications >

VIDEO:

Flight Day Videos.

HonorAir Knoxville travels with professional photographers and videographers to produce a full-length video of the day's activities for all veterans. These videos are now available for family and friends.

Flight Day Videos>
LATEST NEWS:

HonorAir Knoxville Flight 30 Update:

Due to COVID 19, HonorAir Knoxville is working hard to reschedule Flight 30 - A Flight to Honor Women Veterans. Additional information on Flight 30 will be released as available.

Flight 30 will leave Knoxville carrying 130+ East Tennessee Women Veterans to visit Washington, D.C. and the memorial built to honor their sacrifice.

HONORAIR KNOXVILLE:

Honoring our veterans.

HONORAIR KNOXVILLE takes WWII, Korean and Vietnam veterans from East Tennessee to Washington, D.C. to visit the memorials built to honor their sacrifice - at no charge to the veteran.

No amount of gratitude could ever repay the debt for the gift of democracy veterans gave the world. However, HonorAir Knoxville is dedicated to honoring East Tennessee World War II, Korean War and Vietnam veterans and the sacrifices they made to ensure our freedoms.

VETERAN APPLICATIONS

Find the application for you:

World War II

16 million Americans served during WWII.  Over 400,000 men and women gave their lives in service to our country.

WWII

Korean War

There were 6.8 million American men and women who served during the Korean War from 1950, to 1955 with  over 36,000 Americans killed.

Korean War

Vietnam War

Over 58,000 American soldiers lost their lives during the Vietnam War.  Americans listed as POW/MIA at the end of the war: 2,646.

Vietnam War

11

YEARS

29

FLIGHTS

3700+

VETERANS SERVED
Honoring East Tennessee Veterans.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

Make a Donation.

Each HonorAir Knoxville trip costs approximately $500 per veteran - so we need the financial support of the community to make these flights a reality.

Clicking the link below takes you directly to the official HonorAir Knoxville PayPal account.

If we donate, where does the money go?

No donation dollars are applied to administrative expenses - as all admin expenses are paid by Prestige Cleaners. Donors can be assured that every dollar they send is applied directly to the cost of the trip for veterans. (All volunteer escorts pay their own way) Please help us honor "The Greatest Generation" who so willingly sacrificed for their country.

Can I make a donation in someone's honor?

Yes.   If you wish to make a donation in memory or honor of someone, please select 'In Honor Of' or 'In Memory Of' in the boxes below in the PayPal section before proceeding to make your donation. If you know the address of the family please include that as well.  HonorAir will send a donation acknowledgment to the family.

How can I donate?

HonorAir has also set up a PayPal account for anyone who would like to donate via PayPal. All transactions are secure and all major credits cards are accepted. Please use the PayPal link below. You will be redirected to PayPal's page for processing. You are not required to have a PayPal account.

Can I mail my donation?

Yes. If donating with a check, please make checks payable to HonorAir Knoxville, a 501 (c)(3) organization. All checks written to HonorAir Knoxville are tax deductible. Mail your check to:

HonorAir Knoxville
PO Box 12990
Knoxville, TN 37912

VIDEO

Flight Day Videos.

After each flight, HonorAir produces a full-length video recap of the Flight Day for Veterans and Volunteer Escorts to share with their families.

Sam Hardman

When I got to go on the flight in May of 2008 it was an experience of a lifetime as I never expected to get to see [the World War II Memorial] at my age. The trip was wonderful in every way... None of the vets will ever forget the reception we received when we got off the plane in Washington and the huge crowd to greet us on our return to Knoxville with American Flags flying and the [Pride of the Southland] Band playing Rocky Top."

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