Rocky Mountain Honor Flight is a Denver Colorado based non-profit organization formed in 2007. Our goal is to fly every able and willing World War II veteran to Washington D.C. to visit “their” World War II Memorial.
We are a member of Honor Flight Network, which began this activity in 2005 and began flying with commercial charter aircraft in 2006 from Dayton, Ohio. There are now about 105 “hubs”, from which flights originate around the country. National Honor Flight Network provides us with logistical support as well as arranging activities in Washington D.C.
Veterans must fill out an application form, which can be found on our application page and printed or downloaded. Trained volunteer Guardians accompany all veterans on each flight. Volunteers can apply to be a Guardian by downloading or printing the form available here.Contact Us
The typical itinerary has our group leaving Denver’s DIA on a Thursday morning, arriving into Baltimore’s BWI airport that afternoon. We then return to Denver on Saturday evening. For our return home on Saturday, we typically have all the Veterans from the gate to the main terminal in DIA about 45 minutes after arrival.