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Updates regarding future meetings will be provided when information becomes available.

Latest Updates:
- Updates about flights for Spring 2021 will be announced when available.
- If you are a veteran or guardian who was scheduled for any of our 2020 Fall flights, the orientations and other gatherings scheduled for those flights have also been postponed. Feel free to call Marybeth at 828-388-4448 with questions! Look forward to seeing everyone soon!
- Our Poker Run set for June 20th, 2020 has been postponed until further notice. Stay tuned for a new date!

Blue Ridge Honor Flight is carefully monitoring developments concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19) in the United States.

In order to maximize the safety and health of all participants in upcoming flights, Blue Ridge Honor Flight has postponed all flights scheduled for 2020. Blue Ridge Honor Flight will resume flying from Asheville, NC as soon as conditions warrant, consistent with the Honor Flight Network, CDC guidelines and local medical advisors. We have retained all of the applications we received and will be in touch with all applicants (veterans and guardians) when we are cleared to fly again. In order to maximize the safety and health of all participants in upcoming flights, Blue Ridge Honor Flight has postponed all flights scheduled for 2020. Blue Ridge Honor Flight will resume flying from Asheville, NC as soon as conditions warrant, consistent with the Honor Flight Network, CDC guidelines and local medical advisors. We have retained all of the applications we received and will be in touch with all applicants (veterans and guardians) when we are cleared to fly again.

 “Until we have more answers and ways to combat this virus, we will not put our veterans’ health at risk,” stated Jeff Miller, founder of Blue Ridge Honor Flight and co-founder of the Honor Flight Network. “We will fly again when conditions allow for a safe day of honor. In the meantime, the Blue Ridge Honor Flight team is doing everything within its power to share supportive resources to our veterans and their families, as well as to serve those working on the frontlines with this disease in our community.”


Blue Ridge Honor Flight started as a dream in 2005 and was originally founded as HonorAir.  HonorAir and the National Honor Flight programs have been responsible for flying over 200,000 WWII, Korean and Vietnam veterans to our nation's capitol to experience their memorials.  The Blue Ridge Honor Flight board and volunteers plan 2-3 flights from the Asheville and Greenville airports each year.