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Delta Airlines smoking policies forbids any person from smoking on any plane, include the restrooms.  All these policies are mandated from the FAA and carry fines and imprisonment if found guilty of smoking onboard any Delta Airlines flight.

The website for Delta Airlines can be found at:

Delta Airlines

Phone Numbers for USA and Canada:

You can reach us with these reservations phone numbers when you are calling from the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, or Canada.

For any technical issues relating to delta.com, feel free to email us or call 888-750-3284

Choose an area: Select one Travel within the U.S. Travel outside the U.S. Language Assistance Group Sales Charter Sales
Travel Within the United States
You may contact Reservation Sales 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Department Telephone Numbers

General Sales & Service 800-221-1212
404-765-5000
800-323-2323 for SkyMiles Members
800-325-1999 for Flight Information
Delta Shuttle 800-933-5935

Hearing & Speech Impaired (TDD) 800-831-4488

Travel Outside the United States

You may contact International Reservation Sales 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Department Telephone Numbers

International Sales & Service 800-241-4141
404-765-5000
800-323-2323 for SkyMiles Members
800-325-1999 for Flight Information
Hearing & Speech Impaired (TDD) 800-831-4488

Department Telephone Numbers

Spanish 800-511-9629
Japanese 800-327-2850

Group Sales

Contact Group Sales for persons traveling with 10 or more passengers. Review Group Sales requirements.

Department Contact Information Hours Available

Travel within the United States 800-532-4777 Mon–Fri, 8am–8pm EST

International Sales 800-337-4777 Mon–Fri, 8am–8pm EST

Baggage and Luggage regulations:

Regardless of where you're going, you'll want to make sure what you’re bringing is allowed.

All Delta passengers are allowed one carry-on bag, and one personal item. Charges apply for excess, oversized, or overweight items. Here are the rules.

Carry-on Baggage
Checked Baggage
General Conditions of Acceptance
Second Bag Fee Rebate Program
Security Advisories
Airline Partner Notice
Complete Baggage Rules
Carry-on Baggage

All Delta passengers are allowed one carry-on bag and one personal item that meet the criteria below.

Size and Weight Restrictions
If your carry-on bag doesn't meet these size and weight restrictions it must be checked, and all checked baggage rules will apply. Your bag must:

Weigh less than 40 pounds (18 kg).
Not exceed 45 inches (length + width + height).
Fit easily in our SizeCheck® unit (approximately 22"x14"x9").
Fit in an overhead bin or underneath the seat in front of you.
Personal Items
You're allowed one personal item from this sample list:

Purses, briefcases, camera cases, and diaper bags
Laptop computers (can’t be checked and must be carried on)
Items of a similar or smaller size to those above
Other Carry-on Items Allowed
You may also bring these items onboard. They do not count toward your personal item.

Food items for immediate consumption
Assistive devices such as wheelchairs or crutches
One box or bag of duty free merchandise
A coat, jacket, or umbrella

Exceptions

There may be more limits to carry-on baggage based on available space and additional restrictions on certain flights. If you have additional questions, please see a check-in agent for help or review our Baggage FAQs.

Checked Baggage

When traveling within the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, or Puerto Rico, customers who purchased a ticket on or after November 6, 2008, will be charged $15 for the first checked bag and $25 for the second checked bag (each way, for round trip).

When traveling to or from cities outside the United States you can check two bags, per passenger, free of charge.
You can refer to the chart below for exceptions to this policy.
If you have additional bags to check, you may be charged excess baggage fees.

Each bag must:

Weigh 50 pounds (22.5 kg) or less.
Not exceed 62 inches when you total length + width + height.

Destinations

Free Baggage Acceptance Baggage Requirements
50 United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands - Economy Class

For customers who purchased tickets on or after November 6, 2008 $15 fee, first bag; $25 per additional bag Maximum 50 lbs (23 kg) and 62 linear inches (157 cm) (total length + width + height)
50 United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands - Economy Class

For customers who purchased tickets between July 31, 2008 and November 5, 2008, for travel on or after August 5, 2008 See excess baggage fees. Maximum 50 lbs (23 kg) and 62 linear inches (157 cm) (total length + width + height)
50 United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands - Economy Class

For customers who purchased tickets on or after April 9, 2008 through July 30, 2008 1 checked bag Maximum 50 lbs (23 kg) and 62 linear inches (157 cm) (total length + width + height)
50 United States, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands - Economy Class

For customers who purchased tickets prior to April 9, 2008 2 checked bags Each bag at a maximum 50 lbs (23 kg) and 62 linear inches (157 cm) (total length + width + height)
Latin America (South America, Central America, the Caribbean, Bahamas, and Mexico), the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Canada - Economy Class 2 checked bags Each bag at a maximum 50 lbs (23 kg) and 62 linear inches (157 cm) (total length + width + height)
Tickets purchased in Brazil or purchased in Japan for travel to/from Brazil - Economy Class 2 checked bags Each bag at a maximum 70 lbs (32 kg) and 62 linear inches (157 cm) (total length + width + height)

First Class, BusinessFirst, and International Business Class (on Delta and Delta Connection® flights only) 3 checked bags Each bag at a maximum 70lbs (32 kg) and 62 linear inches (157 cm) (total length + width + height)

Ticket must reflect confirmed seat for segment in which customer is checking in
U.S. Military Customers on Military Orders 10 checked bags on Delta aircraft;
4 checked bags on Delta Connection carriers

Each bag at a maximum 100 lbs (45 kg) and 80 linear inches (203 cm), which equals total length + width + height, per bag

Delta and Northwest Baggage Alignment Policy

Customers who purchased Delta tickets previous to April 9, 2008, regardless of travel date, will be permitted to check two bags free of charge.

Customers who purchased Delta tickets on or after April 9, 2008 through July 30, 2008, regardless of travel date, and who are traveling within the United States will be charged $25 for a second bag, but will be permitted to check their first bag without charge in keeping with Delta's previous policy.

Customers who purchased Delta tickets on or after July 31, 2008 through November 5, 2008, regardless of travel date and who are traveling within the United States will be charged $50 for a second bag, but will be permitted to check their first bag without charge in keeping with Delta's previous policy.

Customers who purchased tickets on or after November 6, 2008, and flying within the United States will be charged $15 for the first check bag and $25 for the second checked bag, consistent with Northwest's existing policies.

All customers flying in First or Business Class will receive up to three checked bags, up to 70 pounds each, for free. SkyMiles Medallion members and WorldPerks Elite members flying in Coach Class will receive up to two checked bags, up to 70 pounds each, for free.

All customers traveling on full fare (Y) Coach Class Tickets will receive up to two checked bags, up to 70 pounds each, for free. Customers traveling outside the U.S. will receive up to two checked bags, 50 pounds each, for free.

U.S. Military personnel on active duty with travel orders will continue to be able to check up to 10 pieces of luggage on Delta- and Northwest-operated flights only.

Special Items

Each special item you're checking counts as one bag.
When checking in online, you don't have to tell us what the special item is—only that you have one.

An agent will determine any possible charges for your special item when you bring it to the baggage drop.

Included are:

Overweight bags - bags over 50 lbs
Oversize bags - bags over 62 inches (when you total the length + width + height)
Infant and children items - stroller, child restraint seats
Assistive devices - wheelchair
Sporting equipment - bicycle, bowling equipment, fishing equipment, golf equipment, ski equipment, parachute, surfboard, windsurf board, scuba tank
Musical instruments
Fragile/bulky items - saddle, antlers, Hawaiian pineapples, military duffle bags
Pets

Still have questions? Visit Special Baggage to learn more.

Checked Baggage Exceptions

Passengers traveling to or from Key West, Florida are limited to only one checked bag.

With the exception of original factory-sealed boxes that will be accepted on a standby basis, we do not accept boxes as checked baggage to Central or South America (except Brazil, Mexico, and Chile) at any time of the year.

Enjoy the site and email us if you have anything to add.

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