726th Air Mobility SquadronSpangdahlem Air Base passenger terminal information
726th AMS Passenger Terminal
Bldg 670, AMC Campus 
Spangdahlem AB, Germany 54529

Passenger service counter
Phone: DSN 314-452-8866, Commercial 06565-61-8866
Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday & German Holidays noon - 6 p.m.

passenger terminal

Welcome to the 726th Air Mobility Squadron passenger terminal!

We are located on Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, about one hour northwest of Ramstein Air Base and approximately two hours from Frankfurt International Airport. There is a shuttle that travels to and from both locations for a fee that is managed by lodging.

Space Available seats and missions are often limited, so patience and flexibility are essential to travel in or out of Spangdahlem. The terminal itself is located on the perimeter road approximately three miles from lodging and the main part of base. There is also an in-flight kitchen available for snacks and drinks during regular hours of operation.

The passenger terminal is committed to providing you the best possible service. Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns during your visit.

Interactive Customer Evaluation

To allow for a smooth and stress-free travel experience, please take a moment to review the materials on the page. 

Space-Available passengers must note that flights will not be advertised outside of normal operating hours, and due to regulations, the 726 AMS can only forecast aircraft departures three days prior.

Passenger terminal operating hours are based on runway or flight line hours. If the sponsor is traveling alone, the only documentation needed is leave paperwork, passports and identification card.

Most importantly, passengers should be aware that flights are subject to change without notice. It is therefore critical to call the passenger terminal periodically for the most up-to-date information. 


Frequently asked questions 

terminal services

Beyond the available terminal accommodations provided by the passenger terminal, Spangdahlem Air Base offers several options for transportation, overnight lodging and base services. Follow this fact sheet to learn more.

Base services fact sheet

Passenger amenities

The Spangdahlem passenger terminal has an in-flight kitchen, vending machines, a family lounge, special category lounge, ATM, internet café and wireless internet. There is also JR Rockers, Popeyes, Burger King, Subway, Taco Bell and Anthony's pizza on base. 


Long Term parking is available for up to 30 days when space is available.

Lost and found

Please contact the passenger service section for any lost and found baggage needs.

Space-A e-mail registration

AMC Travel

For additional AMC Travel information to include Space Available categories, baggage allowances, dependent travel example letters, frequently asked questions and a complete listing of all AMC terminals please visit the AMC travel website here.

AMC Travel

Space-A Eligibility

A complete listing of eligible passengers by category is contained in DODI 4515.13 

The following is a partial listing of eligible individuals.

Category I:
Emergency travel on a round-trip basis in connection with serious illness, death, or impending death of a member of the immediate family of the following:

United States citizen civilian employees of the DoD stationed overseas.

Full-time, paid personnel of the American Red Cross serving with United States military services overseas.

Uniformed service family members whose sponsors are stationed within the Continental United States (CONUS) and the emergency exists overseas.

Family members of United States citizen civilian employees of the DoD when both sponsor and dependents are stationed overseas at the same location.

Category II:
Sponsors on environmental and morale leave (EML) and accompanied family members.

DoD Dependent School (DoDDS) teachers and their accompanied family members in EML status during school year holiday or vacation periods.

Category III:
Members of the uniformed services in an ordinary or reenlistment leave status and uniformed services patients on convalescent leave. Members on convalescent leave may not travel overseas unless their leave form is so annotated.

Military personnel traveling on permissive temporary duty (TDY) orders for house hunting.

If the permissive TDY is for the purpose of permanent change of station house hunting, the member travels in Category III and can be accompanied by one family member.

Bona fide family members (up to age 23 with a valid identification card) of a service member of the uniformed services when accompanied by their sponsor who is in an ordinary leave status within overseas areas between overseas stations and air terminals in the CONUS.

This privilege does not apply to travel of dependents to or from a sponsor's restricted or unaccompanied tour location or to travel in a leave status to or from TDY locations. It applies only to round-trip travel to an overseas area or the CONUS with the sponsor. DoD 4515.13-R restricts use of these privileges to establish a home for family members in an overseas area or the CONUS.

Foreign exchange service members on permanent duty with the DoD, when in a leave status.

Category IV:
Unaccompanied family members (18 years or older) traveling on EML orders. Family members under 18 must be accompanied by an adult family member who is traveling EML.

DoDDS teachers or family members (accompanied or unaccompanied) in an EML status during summer break.

Category V:
Students whose sponsor is stationed in Alaska or Hawaii.

Students enrolled in a trade school in the CONUS when the sponsor is stationed overseas.

Military personnel traveling on permissive TDY orders for other than house hunting.

Category VI:
Reserve components/members.

Retired military members who are issued DD Form 2 and eligible to receive retired or retainer pay.

Family members (up to age 23 with a valid identification card) of retired members when accompanied by a sponsor.

A. Space available (Space A) eligible travelers may not use their privilege for personal gain or in connection with business enterprises or employment. Space A travel may not be used to establish a home or when international or theater restrictions prohibit such travel.

B. Remember Space A seats are normally identified as early as 3-4 hours and as late as 30 minutes prior to departure. Recommend you check with the passenger service center for the space available show time for your flight prior to departing the terminal. Be ready for immediate processing and boarding.