Your time is valuable. Whether you're flying for business or going on vacation with your family, we want to help make your travel experience as stress-free as possible.
During your travels, you may run into longer than normal wait times or other airport delays. And even though these delays may be out of Delta's control, we want you to be aware so you can plan accordingly.
During Golden Week holiday season (April 26 through May 6, 2014), heavy traffic is expected at Narita International Airport. Delta recommends arriving early enough so you are ready to proceed through the security checkpoint.
Due to heavy airport traffic March 30–October 26, 2014 at Marco Polo Airport (VCE), passengers may experience limited seating in boarding gate areas. Check-in counters open 3½ hours prior to departure and close promptly 1 hour before departure. Please allow adequate time to check in for your flight, or check in using delta.com, mobile check-in or the Fly Delta app. If your flight is delayed, you should still check in according to your original flight departure time.
We do not recommend arriving earlier than 3½ hours prior to departure, as check-in will not be available for your flight. Please note that seating is not available in the terminal’s enclosed departure level. As such, we recommend that you relax in the bar or the open-air areas where seating is available until check-in desks open.
These airports are experiencing longer than normal customs processing times. Departing passengers are encouraged to adhere to the recommended airport arrival time for international flights, which is three hours prior to departure.
U.S. citizens must pay Argentina’s $160 reciprocity fee online prior to departure. To pay, register for the Provincia Payment System and submit your payment online. Be sure to print your receipt and keep it with your travel documents to provide proof of payment.