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Reservations from the USA: 1-800-241-4141 (800-221-1212)

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Baggage information

Checked Baggage
Checked baggage must weigh 50 lbs. or less and its combined length, width and height must measure 62 inches or less.
Fees for the first and second checked bags vary based on your flight destination. Please note that the baggage fees in effect on the day you buy your ticket apply, regardless of the date of your travel.

For travel within or between the United States and Canada, U.S. Virgin Islands or Puerto Rico:
- 1st checked bag: $23 USD/CAD* if checked in online or $25 USD/CAD* at the airport kiosk, ticket counter or curbside
 - 2nd checked bag: $32 USD/CAD* online or $35 USD/CAD* at the airport
NOTE: Passengers traveling to or from Key West, Florida are limited to one checked bag.

For travel between the United States or Canada and Europe:
- 1st checked bag: No fee applies
- 2nd checked bag: 50 USD/CAD/EUR* if checked in online or 55 USD/CAD/EUR* at the airport
*CAD or EUR amounts will be charged when exiting Canada or Europe, respectively.

For travel between Europe and India:
- 1st checked bag: No fee applies
- 2nd checked bag: 50 EUR if checked in online or 55 EUR at the airport

For all other international flights:
You may check up to two bags that meet our size & weight restrictions at no extra charge when traveling internationally to or from most destinations outside of the U.S., Canada, and Europe.

Carry-on Baggage
You may carry on one bag and one personal item at no charge. All items must easily fit into the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you.

Approved Personal Carry-on Items
- 1 purse, briefcase, camera bag, or diaper bag;
- or 1 laptop computer (computers cannot be checked and must be carried on);
- or 1 item of a similar or smaller size to those listed above.
You may also carry on the following items, which do not count as personal items:
- A jacket or umbrella.
- Food or drink purchased after clearing the security checkpoint.
- Duty free merchandise.
- Special items like strollers, child restraint seats, or assistive devices such as wheelchairs or crutches.

Carry-on Baggage Size Restrictions
- Baggage may not exceed 45 linear inches (or 115 cm) in combined length, width, and height.
- Baggage must fit easily in the Carry-on Baggage Check, which is located near the check-in counters and at the gate and is approximately 22" x 14" x 9" or 56 x 36 x 23 centimeters.
Prohibited items from all Delta flights

Children information

Infant Travel on Delta
Only one lap child is allowed per adult. If one adult is traveling with more than one infant under 2 years of age, a seat will have to be purchased for each additional infant. You can also choose to purchase a seat for your infant as long as you have the proper child restraint device. Delta offers these seats at discounted fares.

Can I sit in the Exit Row with my infant?
Federal Aviation Administration regulations state that no lap children or infant seats are allowed in an Exit Row and that all passengers in an Exit Row must be at least 15 years of age. In addition, infant seats are not allowed in the row directly in front of or directly behind an exit.

When a ticket is Not required
You can travel with one infant in your lap without a purchasing a ticket if:
- The infant is less than two years old, AND
- You are at least 18 years old or the infant's legal guardian, AND
- Your travel is within the U.S. For infants under the age of two and held in the adult's lap, the cost is usually about 10% of the adult fare plus any international taxes and surcharges, which can be significant 

When a ticket Is required
You'll need to purchase a ticket for your child when you:
- Have a child that is age two or older.
- Prefer the child to sit in a seat in order to travel in an approved restraint.
- Have a second child, regardless of age, and you already have a child who will be sitting in your lap.1
- Want your child to earn miles in his SkyMiles account.
- Will be traveling between countries regardless of whether or not the child occupies a seat.

Child Fares & Special Discounts
Travel Within U.S.
Delta does not offer discounted infant and child fares within the U.S.
Travel Between Countries
You may find discounted child fares when traveling outside the U.S. or when traveling between certain countries. The price of the ticket will depend on the age of the child. Taxes & fees may also apply to infants held in the adult's lap.


There are several different options available to transport your pet: bring with you into the cabin, checked as baggage, or being shipped.

Some states may require a health certificate for your pet. Your veterinarian, the U.S. Department of Agriculture at 800-545-8732  800-545-8732, or the Department of Agriculture of the state you are traveling to may provide you with more information.

Pets As Carry On
Dogs, cats and household birds are permitted in the cabin if:
- Your pet is small enough to fit comfortably in a kennel under the seat directly in front of you. Maximum carry-on kennel dimensions are determined by your flight. contact Delta Reservations
- Your pet remains inside the kennel (with door secured) while in a Delta boarding area, at Delta airport lounge, and while onboard the aircraft.
- Your pet is at least 8 weeks old.
- If you're traveling to Hawaii, your pet won't be able to go with you in the cabin, and other restrictions may apply. See Pets to Hawaii for more information.
- You may not carry on more than one pet. Your pet in-cabin counts as one piece of carry-on baggage.
Exception: Two pets of the same type may be allowed in one kennel, for example two dogs or two cats. They must be small enough to fit in one kennel provided they are compatible and must be of the same species, size and each weigh less than 20 pounds; and they must meet the requirements of acceptance. They will be charged as one pet.

Pets are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Call Delta in advance at 800-221-1212 to arrange to bring your pet on board.

Pets As Checked Baggage
- Cats, dogs, household birds, guinea pigs, rabbits, and hamsters are accepted as checked baggage.
- Primates, including lemurs, monkeys, orangutans, gorillas, and chimpanzees will not be permitted (excluding service animals).
All other animals, including reptiles, must be shipped as cargo.
You can transport a total of two kennels per flight. Giant-size kennels can only be shipped as cargo. Additional restrictions apply according to aircraft and class of service.

Pets As Cargo
If your pet does not meet the requirements for travel in the cabin or as checked baggage, or you would like your pet to travel unaccompanied contact Delta Air Lines Pet First at 1-888-SEND-PET  (888-736-3738  888-736-3738) for more information.

How much will pet transportation cost?
- Fee for animal in the passenger cabin: $150 one way
- Fee for animal checked as baggage: $275 one way for travel within the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico
- Fee for animal checked as baggage: $550 one way or travel outside the United States, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico
- Fee for animal shipped as cargo: See shipping rates