Heartland Honor Flight is proud to be one of the two Honor Flight hubs in the KC Metro.  While we support the efforts of every nation-wide hub to get all of America's vets to D.C.,  Heartland Honor Flight is not affiliated with Honor Flight Network of Kansas City. (For more information about other hubs in this region, please go to www.honorflight.org.)  Heartland Honor Flight was the first to fly WWII Veterans in the KC Metro area, organized in 2008 by Gary Swanson and Mark Martin.  Both still actively serve on the current HHF Board of Directors. 


 5/7/20 POSTONED

In response to the CDC's recently issued advisory that adults over the age of 60 are particularly at risk of infection and should avoid all non-essential air travel, the 
Honor Flight National Board 
has grounded all flights 
until at least April 30th, 2020.  
Heartland Honor Flight has chosen to reschedule the 5/7/20 flight to a yet undetermined date.  

WWII vets still remain 

our top priority.


Vets who began serving between

 1947 and 1967  will be 

allotted the remaining seats. 

 

Our waitlist has over 500 

applicants therefore vets 

may not choose a specific flight. 


ALL post-WWII Vets must include 

a DD214 with their applications in 

order to be considered for a flight.

Click here to apply now! 

Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created solely to honor America's veterans for all their sacrifices. We transport our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at their memorials. Top priority is given to senior veterans, World War II survivors, along with other veterans who may be terminally ill.