What is needed for Delta check-in?
How to Check In. Whether you check in on delta.com, the Fly Delta app or in-person at the airport, you’ll be expected to present government-issued photo identification along with your boarding pass. International travelers also need additional documentation, which can be fulfilled with Delta FlyReadySM.
What is required at check-in?
Checking in is easy. You will need a government-issued photo ID (like a driver’s license or passport depending on the hotel’s location) and your hotel confirmation number – which is on your itinerary. The reservation holder must present a valid photo ID and credit card at check-in.
What do I need to bring to check-in for a flight?
Find the appropriate check-in gate (point) for your flight. Have your documents ready – passport (or national ID), online reservation booking number (code), or a paper copy of your ticket (if you have one).
Can you fly Delta without a license?
Travel Within the U.S. In the United States, you need a valid U.S. government-issued photo ID or a passport from your country of origin to travel through security. You must show that the name on your boarding pass matches the legal name on your unexpired government-issued ID.
What is normal check out time?
Most hotels require that travelers check out by 11 a.m. or noon so housekeepers have time to clean rooms for the next guest. Be sure you know the deadline at your hotel so you can plan accordingly. If you need a little extra time, call the front desk as far in advance as you can and see if they can accommodate you.
How late can you check a bag Delta?
Yes, you can check in for your Delta flight physically at the airport ticket counter from 3 hours to 60 minutes before departure for most international flights, and from 2 hours to 30 minutes before departure for most flights within the United States.
Can I fly with an expired ID with Delta?
If you’re traveling with an expired license or passport you may still be able to fly. Acceptable forms of ID cannot be more than 12 months past the identified expiration date.