Air + Rail
Get fast access to more European cities by easily going from plane to train with 1 ticket. Our Air + Rail program offers additional travel options, with fast, seamless connections between multiple cities in Europe using the European interconnected rail system. Now you can go from your Delta flight to a local train station with your rail reservation in hand, adding peace of mind to your trip.
Follow these steps to book your plane and train tickets* together on delta.com:
- Search for your departure and destination cities and look for itineraries that have the “Includes Train” badge
- See the full price for your air and train travel when bundled together
- Select your itinerary and purchase 1 ticket incorporating both travel options
*While you can purchase this train service from Delta, it is offered under the AccesRail travel terms and conditions and will be operated by a partner rail provider. Train travel terms will vary from your Delta-marketed ticket for air travel.
For Your Flight
For Your Train Ride
Visit Accesrail.com, opens in a new window beginning 72 hours before your scheduled train departure time. Use your Delta ticket confirmation number to check in and receive your boarding pass. You can also obtain your train ticket at the in-person ticket window at your train station.
After you check in for your train, your class of carriage will be clearly shown on your train ticket.
Please note that everyone will be traveling in The Standard carriage on the train, except Delta One ® customers who will be traveling in The Premium carriage.
Train Boarding Pass
To receive your train boarding pass, you can check in on Accesrail.com, opens in a new window (up to 72 hours in advance) for your e-ticket or you can pick up a paper ticket at the ticket counter at your train station.
Train Seat Selection
Your seat will be automatically assigned when you check in for your train ride on Accesrail.com, opens in a new window or in person at the train station.
After going through Customs, please collect your bags at the airport baggage claim as they will not be automatically transferred from the plane to the train. Once you have your bags proceed to the train station ticket counter to collect your train ticket (if you do not already have an e-ticket) prior to boarding your train. Once on board, you can store your bags on the train.
In the instance your flight is delayed, your train ticket is valid for 72 hours after your train’s scheduled departure time. If you miss your scheduled train, please go to the Service Desk in the train station and a customer service representative will assist you in printing a new ticket.
Train schedules are subject to change, so we recommend viewing your train operator’s schedule prior to arriving at the train station:
- SBB schedule, opens in a new window
- SJ schedule, opens in a new window
- SNCB schedule, opens in a new window
- Thalys schedule , opens in a new window
- Trenitalia schedule, opens in a new window
- Trans Pennine Express schedule, opens in a new window
However, please note that the train ticket you book via Delta’s Air + Rail service is for a reserved time that matches your flight schedule. If there is an unforeseen circumstance, your train ticket is valid for 72 hours after your train’s originally scheduled departure time. If you miss your scheduled train, please go to the Service Desk in the train station and a customer service representative will assist you in printing a new ticket.
Arranging special circumstances for the train portion of your trip, such as unaccompanied minor travel and traveling with pets or service animals, is dependent on the individual rules and regulations of your train operator.
Also, train travelers needing additional assistance with wheelchairs or other medical equipment should review the guidelines of the individual train operator. If you are using Delta-provided wheelchair services for your flight, please note that this service does not continue beyond airport baggage claim.
For your convenience, here are links to the websites maintained by the train operators within Delta’s Air + Rail service: