Child Development Centers

CDC Flightline

CDC Area 1

Expert Care in a Safe & Nurturing Environment

The Child and Youth Programs Mission is to assist DoD military and civilian personnel in balancing the competing demands of the accomplishment of the DoD mission and family life by managing and delivering a system of quality, available, and affordable programs and services for eligible children and youth from birth to 18 years of age.

The Child Development & Youth Programs relies heavily on the support of spouses/dependents for full time and part time employment opportunities and positions. This is a great tool to have in your backpack as a military/civilian spouse or dependent; training provided for entry to experienced, pay increases as training levels are accomplished and transferable wherever you may go (Air Force, Navy, Army or Marines).

Hours of Operation

Extended Hours during exercises/inspections may be available.

Parental Involvement

Parent Advisory Board meetings are open to any parent of a child attending the CDC or Youth Programs. The meetings foster new ideas as well as help create special events for the children, parents, and staff of the CYP programs. Check the Aviano Parent Advisory Facebook page for details.

What We Offer

Full-Day Program

Our full-day program provides developmental care for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. We are an accredited child care center with the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and utilize Air Force approved curriculum for all ages. Wait times can be long so it is recommended to place your child on the waitlist as soon as possible. Please log-on to to request care.

Hourly Care Program

Hourly/PCS care options are offered at Flightline CDC on space available basis only. Parents may make PCS reservations for child care up to 30 days in advance. Spaces are a first come, first served basis. Please contact Flightline CDC for availability.

PCS Care

This Air Force Aid Program offers Air Force families up to 20 hours free child care per child (on a space available basis) within 60 days of arrival or departure to/from the base.

Early ReservationsHighly recommended as these slots fill up quickly. Reservations may be made up to 4 weeks in advance by the parent or sponsor of incoming personnel.

Voucher RequiredTo receive the care for FREE, a PCS child care voucher must be obtained from the Airman and Family Readiness Center then provided to the applicable program.

Kinderspot: An App for Renting CDC Space

The Aviano Child Development Center (CDC) offers families, who have full time space at the CDC, the opportunity to rent their space. Only weekly spaces (Monday-Friday) will be available to rent via the kinderspot app. The app allows enrolled families to put their space(s) up for rent, and enables non-enrolled families to view & rent the space(s).

Procedures for Enrolled Families Looking to Rent Their Childcare SpaceStep 1: Families, who own the child care space, must notify the CDC administrative staff (front desk) of their intent to sublet their space and the week(s) the childcare space will be available.
Step 2: Families wishing to rent their spot are required to download the Kinderspot app
Step 3: Families wishing to rent their childcare space will post their availability through the Kinderspot care app.
  • Your weekly rental will appear to those families searching for available care.
  • Weekly renters will pay the weekly fee based on their family’s TFI.

Procedures for Families Seeking a Childcare Space to RentStep 1: Families seeking to rent a childcare spot will be required to download the Kinderspot app.
Step 2: Create a family account in the app
Step 3: Look for availability and make a request
  • Once your request is made, the app will direct you to the CDC email
  • From the app, you will be able to email the CDC to complete your registration process
  • All renters will pay the weekly fee based on their family’s TFI
  • All fees will be processed through CYPBMS

Additional Guidance & Cancellation PoliciesThe following actions will take place if the space is rented:
  • Once a rental agreement has been entered into between two families, neither the owner of the childcare space nor the renter of the space can cancel the agreement without providing a minimum of 3 business days’ notice.
  • The cancellation must be provided in writing/email to the CDC/SAC administrative staff (front desk). 
  • In case of cancellation without a minimum of 3 business days’ notice, the family requesting the cancellation will be responsible for the weekly fee based on their TFI.
  • The family renting the spot will need to complete the CYPBMS and the Center's enrollment process. All fees will be processed through CYPBMS.
  • If the weekly fee is paid prior to the start of the week by the family that is renting the space, the owner will not be charged the weekly fee.
  • If the weekly fee is paid by the family renting the space after the owner has already paid the weekly fee, a credit will be issued to the owner.
  • For additional questions, please see the FAQ section of the Kinderspot website:

Important Notes
  • The DoD prioritization policy does not apply to enrollment in a temporary sublet/lease/rental space.

  • Under no circumstances shall the family who owns the space profit from the renting of the childcare space.

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Upcoming Events

The Child Development Center is Hiring!

We are in search of caring individuals who are interested in making a positive impact for military children and their families in our community!

If you enjoy working with children and have a positive attitude they would love for you to apply! 

The CDC offers competitive wages and superb training. Many benefits such as Tuition Assistance could be available.

Click on the button below to head over to to apply today! We can’t wait to hear from you!