Travel Requirements Guide

We know navigating travel requirements can be challenging – and we are here to help. This page can be used as a guide to help make sure you’ve got all your requirements covered before you fly. 

International Travel Requirements

For travel outside of the United States, make sure you have all required travel documents, including a valid passport. Some countries have also imposed temporary health-related entry requirements. Find out more about your destination's health requirements using our interactive map.

U.S. Entry Requirements

All travelers must provide contact tracing information when entering or connecting through the U.S. COVID-19 testing and vaccination are no longer required.

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U.S. Domestic Travel Is Open

U.S. citizens and residents traveling between destinations within the 48 contiguous United States and Alaska are not subject to entry requirements (Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands may have requirements). Plan your next domestic trip now using our Delta Discover Map.

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COVID-19 Testing Resources

Some countries are requiring proof of a negative COVID-19 test before travel. Determine your destination’s testing requirements, including if a test is needed, what type of test will be required, and what testing providers are available using our Testing Resources.

Face Masks

Masks are optional inside U.S. airports and on board all Delta domestic flights, as well as on most international flights.

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Contact Tracing

To promote safer travel and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the CDC requires that all passengers entering the United States, including U.S. citizens and residents provide their contact information while in the U.S.