Delta to simplify entry requirements for international passengers
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Earlier this week, Delta Air Lines announced plans to streamline the process of checking in, booking travel and more.
There are so many steps to go through when it comes to planning a trip these days, and it’s inevitable that you will feel a little overwhelmed every now and then. To make the travel process easier, Delta is streamlining the pre-departure process for passengers starting November 8.
As the United States reopens its borders to fully vaccinated international travelers next week, the airline is updating its online tools to help travelers meet all Covid-related entry requirements that will be needed to travel to their destination. or from the United States.
From finding out where you can travel to now and how to upload your information before you travel, here are the details so far on Delta’s latest travel booking tools.
How to use Delta FlyReady for travel
With Delta’s FlyReady and Delta Discover Map online tools, passengers can better prepare for their upcoming vacation trips and beyond.
According to the airline’s website, Delta FlyReady is available to passengers traveling from the United States as well as those making connections via the United States to certain international destinations. The airline will help you meet your travel requirements before you travel.
How it works:
- First, check out the Discover the menu to learn more about the entry requirements and documents needed for your travel destination.
- Go to the Delta website and enter your flight information to see if you are eligible to use the program
- Users can review their Covid testing options up to 7 days before their Delta flight
- You will be able to schedule your testing appointment through TrustAssure, Delta’s healthcare provider partner.
- With TrustAssure, your test results will automatically be digitally verified for an easier check-in process with the airline.
- If you are not using TrustAssure for your Covid test before departure, you can still upload your required travel documents, such as a photo or digital copy of your vaccination record.
Although the airline recommends travelers use Delta FlyReady, there is currently no need to digitally verify your Covid test results to travel. Using the tool will, however, ensure that you have the correct test and other requirements to enter your destination (s).
It is also recommended to keep a physical version of your vaccination record with your other travel documents throughout your trip.
Updating the Delta Discover card
An update to the Delta Discover Map is also in the works, which has been helping travelers navigate this new world of travel since the tool’s inception earlier this year.
This tool allows Delta passengers to filter travel destinations based on current health requirements, including immunization status.
Since its introduction almost a year ago, customers have relied on Delta Discover Map as a key resource to gain insight into rapidly changing entry restrictions, local health guidelines, and links to necessary forms and applications. to travel abroad.
Senior Vice President of Delta Air Lines
Delta Senior Vice President Rhonda Crawford made a statement this week announcing the updates: “In the coming months, many of our customers will be visiting the United States for the first time since before the pandemic – getting together with family members, friends or the joy of traveling.
“And while international travel is very different these days, we’ve listened to customers to make updates that will give them more personalized and better access to the information they think is important – taking the guesswork out of travel plans.” and leaving room for them to enjoy their trip, ”Crawford said.
For full details on next week’s reopening for international and domestic travelers, check out our guide here.
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