Some airports require different check-in times. To ensure that you or your clients are there on time review the Check-in Requirements section of delta.com and note the "check-in time exceptions" section. In addition, review the check-in option to determine which method of check-in best fits the needs of the customer.
Here are a couple of other special check-in requirements:
Designed specifically for business travelers, Delta Shuttle is the fastest way between New York/LGA and Boston, Chicago, and Washington, DC.
We offer flights between the following locations:
The Shuttle terminals serve our customers exclusively and are designed for fast and easy accessibility. We operate from the following terminals:
Click here for additional check-in information for Delta Shuttle.
Please be reminded that Delta passengers traveling on Delta marketed/codeshare partner operated flights are required to check-in with the operating carrier.
Knowing which documents to bring with you and when to arrive at the airport will help to ensure a hassle-free trip. Passengers who are not able to produce the required identification will be denied boarding.
Acceptable proof of identification includes one unexpired form of local or federal government-issued photo id.
For more information about the types of ID accepted at U.S. security checkpoints, see the Transportation Security Administration.
Visit Visa & Passport Information to determine which documents you'll need to enter your destination country.