Once you receive travel orders, contact the nearest Traffic Management Office (TMO). All official travel will be arranged by TMO in accordance with DoD order of precedence. Additional travel information can be found on Defense Traffic Management Office website.
Dependent(s) must meet the following 2 conditions in order to travel with the sponsor:
Otherwise, DoD members will travel unaccompanied and dependents will follow at a later date. If dependent travel will be delayed beyond 60 days, refer to Military Personnel Flight for active duty or AFPC for civilians to have your PCS orders amended.
With an IBA, DoD member will, use a Government Travel Card (GTC) to pay for flight plans made at the Commercial Travel Office (CTO). The DoD member will then claim reimbursement by filling out a travel voucher during in-processing in Italy.
NOTE: CTO can book flights to/from alternate ports but you must pay any costs above your travel entitlement.
Use of a Centrally Billed Account (CBA) is authorized when the traveler meets the IBA exemption criteria in the Government Travel Card Regulation DoDI 5154.31, Volume 4, paragraphs 040601 and 040602. Additionally, the use of CBA should be stated on the orders.
NOTE: All authorized travel must go through TMO for review prior to going to CTO.
All travel arrangements must be made through the Traffic Management Office (TMO) at your losing duty station.
Ask your airline if you can carry certain childcare items onto the plane (i.e. strollers, pack-n-plays, and car seats)
The Patriot Shuttle transports Military ID holders daily (limited hours) See website below for additional information: https://www.avianotravel.com/
NOTE: Keep receipts for travel reimbursement
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