Do you have to check-in for Delta Airlines Flights?
  • Yes, you have to check-in for Delta Airlines Flights. The common options to check with Delta Airline are as follows.

    Mobile Check-in
    This starts 24 hours and ends 60 minutes before the departure time. The interface in the mobile check-in allows you to check the electronic ticket. You can use Mobile Check-in if you are not traveling with infants or not a special needs passenger or traveling from an airport which allows mobile check-in.

    Online Check-in or web check-in
    Online check-in is available from 24 hours and ends before 60 minutes of the departure time. You can either use a mobile boarding pass or printable pass. You can use online check-in, if you are not a special needs passenger, or have access to your reservations through confirmation code, or have an electronic ticket with the airline.

    Self-Service Kiosk Check-in at the Airport
    This is open in the airport from 30 minutes to 4 hours before the scheduled departure time. You can print your boarding pass at this service. Here, you can check your bags, pay the baggage fee, and also get your seats.

    Curbside Check-in at the Airport
    It opens at most US Airport locations from 30 minutes to 4 hours before the departure time. All you need is your ID, the flight reservation code, destination flight number, & electronic ticket number. For more information on this check the official website.

    Ticket counter check-in at the airport
    You can check-in at the ticket counter at the airport. It opens from 30 minutes to 4 hours before the scheduled departure time. You can receive your boarding pass, and get all your bags checked, pay the bag fee, and select the seats.

    The minimum time for Delta flight check-in differs from flights to flights. For US domestic flights 30 minutes before the actual departure, and for international flights, it ends before 60 minutes of departure.

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