Delta and Aeromexico give you access to more benefits and a seamless travel experience from beginning to end when flying between the U.S. and Mexico.
We are committed to your safety and that of our employees so we have raised our standards at every point of your travel journey by implementing measures to keep you safe and give you more peace of mind.
Since travel looks a little different now, we're here to help you prepare for your trip, so you know what to expect on your next flight. Our trusted partner Aeromexico has taken similar steps, though policies may vary.
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CLEAR helps customers speed through security with the touch of a finger or blink of an eye and is now available at O’Hare International Airport (ORD) T2, Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM), Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) and Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). 32 airports now offer CLEAR security lanes, including Atlanta (ATL), Detroit (DTW), Los Angeles (LAX), Minneapolis (MSP), New York (JFK T2 & T4 and LGA), Salt Lake City (SLC) and Seattle (SEA). See the full list of locations, opens in a new window.
As a reminder, SkyMiles Members receive preferred rates on CLEAR memberships:
- Diamond Medallion Members: Complimentary annual membership ($179 annual savings)
- Platinum, Gold and Silver Medallion Members: $109 annual membership ($70 annual savings)
- Delta SkyMiles Credit Card Members: $109 annual membership ($70 annual savings)
- General SkyMiles Members: $119 annual membership ($60 annual savings)
All SkyMiles program rules apply. Visit Membership Guide & Program Rules for SkyMiles preferred rate offer terms.
All CLEAR terms and conditions apply and are available at www.clearme.com, opens in a new window
Beginning on flights on or after January 1, 2020, SkyMiles Members will no longer earn miles on China Southern flights that are marketed or operated by SkyTeam partner airlines. SkyMiles Members flying with China Southern will continue earning miles only on the following flights:
- China Southern-marketed/China Southern-operated
- Delta-marketed/China Southern-operated
- China Southern-marketed/Delta-operated
These changes are due to China Southern’s exit from the SkyTeam Airline Alliance, opens in a new window on January 1, 2019. China Southern will continue to be a Delta Global Airline Partner and Medallion Member’s benefits on China Southern will not change.
Learn more about how to earn miles on China Southern and our other partner airlines.
1 How do I know if a flight is marketed or operated by Delta or a partner?
- The marketing carrier is determined by the two letter airline code in the flight number. For example, DL2368 is marketed by Delta and CZ238 is marketed by China Southern.
- The operating carrier for a flight indicates which airline flies the plane. For example, a China Southern-operated flight means the flight will be on a China Southern aircraft.
Delta and Joint Cooperation Agreement partner Aeromexico are focused on providing their customers with a consistent experience when traveling between the two airlines. Over 3.2 million Delta and Aeromexico customers connect across the transborder network every year and creating a truly seamless journey is paramount. Thus, by looking at all aspects of the customer journey together, and using technology to enhance the digital experience, the two airlines have established a foundation to benefit their shared customers by aligning products, polices and services.