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Delta Domestic Flights

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Why Buy Delta Domestic Flights?

Delta Air Lines is one of the three biggest carriers in the US and a top choice if you're looking for a domestic flight within the country. The airline has a regional subsidiary brand, Delta Connection, that it uses for most of its domestic flights. Delta Connection flies to more than 200 destinations across the US, covering every state (excluding Hawaii and Alaska). Most destinations that aren't covered by Delta Connection are covered by the mainline Delta, including destinations within Alaska and Hawaii. Altogether, Delta is a great choice for domestic flights due to the sheer number of domestic destinations that it covers and the different domestic flight options available.

Delta has 10 domestic hubs in 9 states and offers many point-to-point flights between destinations outside of these hubs.

Delta Connection is actually made up of three different airlines that you may or may not have heard of — Endeavor Air, Republic Airways and SkyWest Airlines. But, as a passenger, that's not important. All Delta Connection flights are operated under the Delta brand and name and all flights adhere to Delta's standards. This means that you won't be able to tell which airline is operating your flight anyway and you'll always have the same great Delta experience.

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Delta Air Lines Domestic Routes

Delta flies many different domestic routes, here are some of its most popular.

Top Tip: If you are looking to buy flights to and from Hawaii with Delta, visit our 'Delta Flights to Hawaii' page for more information.

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New York (JFK) to Los Angeles (LAX)

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Raleigh (RDU) to Fayetteville (XNA)

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Chicago (ORD) to Seattle (SEA)

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Atlanta (ATL) to Orlando (MCO)

All Domestic Destinations that Delta flies to:

Check out all the domestic destinations that Delta & Delta Connection flies to:

Aberdeen, Akron/Canton, Albany, Albuquerque, Alexandria, Allentown, Alpena, Anchorage, Appleton, Asheville, Atlanta, Augusta, Austin, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, Bemidji, Billings, Binghamton, Birmingham, Bismarck, Bloomington/Normal, Boston, Bozeman, Brainerd, Bristol, Brunswick, Buffalo/Niagara Falls, Burbank, Burlington, Butte, Casper, Cedar City, Cedar Rapids, Charleston, Charleston, Charlotte, Charlottesville, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati/Covington, Cleveland, Cody, Colorado Springs, Columbia, Columbus, Columbus, Dallas, Dayton, Daytona Beach, Denver, Des Moines, Detroit, Dothan, Duluth, El Paso, Elko, Elmira/Corning, Escanaba, Eugene, Evansville/Owensboro, Fairbanks, Fargo, Fayetteville/Fort Bragg, Fayetteville/Springdale, Flint, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Fort Walton Beach, Fort Wayne, Fresno, Gainesville, Grand Forks, Grand Junction, Grand Rapids, Great Falls, Green Bay, Greensboro/High Point, Greenville/Spartanburg, Gulfport, Harlingen, Harrisburg, Hartford/Springfield, Havana, Hayden, Helena, Hibbing, Hilton Head Island, Honolulu, Houston, Huntsville/Decatur, Indianapolis, International Falls, Iron Mountain, Ithaca, Jackson, Jackson Hole, Jacksonville, Juneau, Kahului, Kalamazoo, Kalispell, Kansas City, Key West, Knoxville, Kona, La Crosse, Lafayette, Lansing, Las Vegas, Lexington, Lihue, Little Rock, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Louisville, Madison, Manchester, Marquette, Medford, Melbourne, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/Saint Paul, Minot, Missoula, Mobile, Moline, Monroe, Montgomery, Montrose, Myrtle Beach, Nashville, New Orleans, New York City, Newark, Newburgh, Newport News, Norfolk, Oakland, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Ontario, Orlando, Palm Springs, Panama City, Pasco/Richland/Kennewick, Pellston, Pensacola, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Portland, Providence, Raleigh/Durham, Rapid City, Redmond/Bend, Reno, Rhinelander, Richmond/Williamsburg, Roanoke, Rochester, Sacramento, Saginaw, Saint Croix, Saint Thomas, Salt Lake City, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Ana, Sarasota, Sault Ste. Marie, Savannah, Seattle/Tacoma, Shreveport, Sioux Falls, South Bend, Spokane, Springfield/Branson, St. George, St. Louis, State College, Syracuse, Tallahassee, Tampa, Traverse City, Tucson, Tulsa, Vail, Valdosta, Washington D.C., Wausau, West Palm Beach, White Plains, Wichita, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and Wilmington

Using our search form, type any of these destinations into the departure/arrival fields and hit the 'Search Flights' button to begin your search for domestic flights with Delta Air Lines!

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The Cabin

Basic Economy

Basic Economy is Delta's most simple and cheapest cabin class. It's perfect if you're just looking to get from one destination to another, without any extras.

In Basic Economy, you're given a pre-assigned seat, with standard legroom, as well a complimentary drinks throughout the flight. If you want to order food, you can from the airline's in-flight menu at an extra cost.

On select flights, there's a 9" screen installed on the back of each seat for you to enjoy the airline's in-flight entertainment on. On flights where there's no built-in in-flight entertainment system, you're able to connect your own personal device to the Delta Studio and watch/listen to entertainment through your device.

Main Cabin

The Main Cabin is the next step up from Basic Economy. It offers all the same things as Basic Economy (seat size, in-flight entertainment etc), however, the main difference in the Main Cabin is that you're able to assign yourself prior to check-in.

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The Cabin

Delta Comfort+

Delta Comfort+ is the name for Delta's Business Class. It's available on select domestic flights and offers the next level of luxury up from Basic Economy and Main Cabin.

Seats in Delta Comfort+ are larger than Basic Economy/Main Cabin and give up to 50% more recline and up to 4" more legroom. You can pre-assign your seat and are given a dedicated overhead bin space so that your carry-on baggage is nearby for the entire flight.

On select domestic flights, you're given complimentary premium snacks or a meal (depending on the flight) as well as complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

On Delta Comfort+ domestic flights, you're given access to Delta's in-flight entertainment system, which is available through the 9" screen installed on the seat-back in front of you.

On Delta Comfort+ you're also given SkyPriority boarding, meaning that you'll board before those in Basic Economy/Main Cabin.

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The Cabin

First Class

First Class is the most luxurious cabin on Delta domestic flights. It gives you the highest standard of service that the airline has to offer, with all the add-ons.

First Class seats give up to 50% more recline and up to 8" more legroom than those in Basic Economy/Main Cabin. You're given your own overhead bin space, can pre-select your seat prior to check-in and are given a pillow.

Flying in First Class means that you're treated to a fine dining experience once in-flight, with a menu that differs depending on the flight time. On top of the exclusive meal service, you can also order complimentary snacks and drinks throughout the price, with both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options.

The First Class experience is totally personalised, with flight attendants dedicated to First Class only.

There's in-flight entertainment on all domestic First Class flights, with Delta Studio installed on a seat-back screen that is up to 11" wide. The in-flight entertainment comes accompanied with a complimentary headset.

First Class also gives you priority boarding ahead of all other cabin classes, meaning that you're the first to board and the first to disembark. As a First Class passenger, you'll also have access to expedited baggage handling and security lanes.

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Check-In & Arrival

How To Check-In

On all Delta internal flights, you have the choice to check-in online or at the airport.


To check-in online, just visit the Delta online check-in page and enter your confirmation number and airport of departure. You can check-in online from up to 24 hours before your scheduled flight departure time. Online check-in closes 60 minutes before flight departure time.


Check-in for domestic flights can be completed by visiting any of the check-in agents at the Delta check-in desk. Airport check-in closes 30 minutes before scheduled flight departure time at most airports, however, there are some exceptions where check-in closes 45–60 minutes before, so it's important to check the time for your specific flight and arrive in good time.

Arrival Time

To give yourself enough time to go through all the airport processes, it's recommended that you arrive at the airport two hours before your flight departure time, regardless of whether you checked-in online or at the airport. You have to be at the gate and ready to board at least 15 minutes before departure time.

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Delta Domestic Flight Baggage


For all Delta domestic flights, you're given one free carry-on bag and one free personal item. Your carry-on bag has no weight restriction but must fit within the dimensions of 22" x 14" x 9" (56 cm x 35 cm x 23 cm). Your personal item must be a small backpack, purse, laptop and bag or something of a similar size.


There's no free checked baggage allowance on Delta domestic flights if you're flying in Basic Economy, Main Cabin or Delta Comfort+. If you want baggage and you're flying in these cabins, you must purchase it either prior to your flight or at check-in. Although, baggage at check-in is much more expensive than pre-booking.

If you're flying in First Class, you're given a free baggage allowance that allows you to bring two checked bags, each weighing no more than 32 kg each. This baggage must fit the linear dimensions of 62" (158 cm).

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Do you need a passport for Delta domestic flights?

No, you won't need a passport for Delta domestic flights. In fact, you don't need a passport any time that you fly domestically within the US.

However, in order to check-in and board your flight, you'll need some form of government-issued photo ID.

How early should I arrive for Delta Air Lines domestic flights?

It's recommended that you arrive at the airport at least two hours before scheduled flight departure time for all Delta domestic flights. This is regardless of if you've checked-in online, at the airport or if you have checked baggage that you need to drop.

Which terminal do Delta domestic flights depart from?

The terminal that your Delta domestic flight departs from will depend on which airport you're departing from. Here are some examples of its most popular departure airports:

  • Hartsfield-Jacks International Airport — Terminal S
  • New York JFK — Terminal 2
  • Los Angeles International Airport — Terminal 2
  • Orlando International Airport — Terminal B
Does Delta charge for baggage on domestic flights?

Yes, unless you're flying in First Class, Delta charges for each checked bag on domestic flights.

Does Delta do red eye flights?

Yes, using Alternative Airlines you can search for red eye flights with Delta. Popular red eye routes within the USA include Los Angeles to New York, or San Francisco to Boston.