If you’re getting ready to travel and wondering if you (or your little one) can bring a weighted stuffed animal on a plane (or weighted blanket, weighted vest, etc.), there is good news. Most airlines are accommodating and allow for “stuffed stowaways” to travel with you (preferably packed in checked or carry-on luggage).
In addition, most airlines allow for one carry-on bag as well as one “personal item” per passenger, so assuming the stuffed animal (including weighted ones) can fit in your lap (or at least in the overhead bin above, or under the seat in front of you), that’s another way your plush friend can travel with you.
Just be sure to keep close tabs on your travel companion, as carry-on and personal items are often lost along the way.
Ultimately, bringing your stuffed animal on your trip with you will depend on your airline’s baggage policy, on the flight attendants’ discretion, and on the final decision made by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agent on duty. Though typically, this shouldn’t ever pose a problem.
How Do You Travel With A Weighted Stuffed Animal?
When the stuffed passenger gets to the security checkpoint, he or she will have to go through the X-ray screening process (so the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents can rest assured that there’s nothing untoward packed inside. In an incident a few years back, TSA agents at the Orlando airport discovered a loaded firearm inside a stuffed bear.
When it comes to your stuffed travel partner’s size, it can only help your cause to be “reasonable.” Larger stuffed animals might need to be crammed into your checked bags.
If you’re traveling with a stuffed animal that’s the size of a small person, the item may need a seat of its own (if you can’t fit it above you or under the seat in front of you). You may be lucky enough to find a spare seat nearby, or perhaps the stuffed animal is valuable enough to you or your child that you want to purchase it a seat.
If you’re boarding a full flight with such a large stuffed item, you may have to either figure out another way to get your cargo to your destination.
Is a Weighted Stuffed Animal Considered a Carry-on Item?
A weighted stuffed animal can possibly be considered a carry-on item if it’s being carried loosely instead of packed in one of your bags. Most airlines allow for a carry-on item and a “personal item” for each passenger, so a loose weighted stuffed animal might be considered a carry-on or a personal item.
Unless the need arises for a child who wants to travel with the stuffed animal in his or her lap, the weighted stuffed animal should be able to fit in the overhead bin above you or under the seat in front of you. The best way to travel with any stuffed animal is to pack him or her into your checked or carry-on luggage.
Can I Hold a Weighted Stuffed Animal on a Plane?
If you’re traveling with a little one and are wondering whether a weighted stuffed animal can travel in your child’s lap, this is ultimately up to the discretion of the flight attendants on duty. Technically, all carry-on and personal items need to fit in the overhead bin or underneath the seat in front of you, but you may be able to get permission for your child to travel with his or her stuffed animal in their lap.
If the stuffed animal is weighted and intended for therapeutic purposes, it can never hurt to have a doctor’s note on hand, though again, you need to keep possible size constraints in mind.
You, or your child, likely won’t be allowed to carry the stuffed animal while going through the metal detector/screening machinery, so be sure you’ve prepared for this.
Can I Bring a Squishmallow on a Plane?
Can you bring your favorite Squishmallow on board your flight with you? As long as the item can fit in the overhead luggage bin or underneath the seat in front of you (or in a traveler’s lap, as the need may arise), you can bring your Squishmallow on the plane with you. Ideally, you should pack your Squishmallow in your checked or carry-on baggage for safekeeping while you travel.
Can I Bring a Build-a-Bear on a Plane With Me?
As long as the item meets the size and weight requirements, most airlines allow for furry stuffed passengers on board. Ideally, you would pack the item in your checked or carry-on luggage. Items brought on board will need to fit into the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you, but flight attendants may allow a child to travel with his or her favorite stuffed animal in their lap. Items brought on board will also need to pass security as any other item would.
So, Can You Bring Weighted Stuffed Animals On A Plane?
Yes, you can bring your weighted stuffed animal (or weighted blanket, weighted vest, etc.) onto a plane with you–with some size and practicality requirements. Most airlines these days are “stuffed animal friendly,” and will for stuffed animals, including weighted ones to be brought on board.
The best way to travel with stuffed animals is to ensure they are packed in your checked or carry-on luggage, though you may be traveling with a child who insists on carrying his or her favorite plushy onto the flight as either a carry-on item or a personal item. Just be sure to keep close tabs on your extra stuffed passenger.
Ultimately, bringing any item on board with you will depend on your airline’s baggage policy, on the flight attendants’ discretion (the stuffed animal may need to be put into the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you), and on the final decision made by the TSA agent on duty (the stuffed animal will have to undergo the same baggage screening process as any other item taken on board the plane).
Most stuffed animals are allowed to travel hassle-free, however.
Maybe the last time you flew American Airlines, you were invited to take advantage of an offer to buy bonus miles as you checked in online. The offer, known as the “American Airlines AAdvantage Mileage Multiplier” bonus miles program can be a good, cost-effective way to get more mileage points added to your AAdvantage frequent flier account.
You can earn up to 10,000 bonus miles per round-trip flight with the American Airlines AAdvantage Mileage Multiplier program. You can even accumulate points when you fly with other airlines.
The popular customer loyalty program was first introduced by American in 2007 and it has been updated over the years to include new features, benefits, and enhancements. The points can also be used to redeem award flights or upgrades on any American Airlines flight. The Mileage Multiplier can be used in conjunction with all other AAdvantage incentive programs.
The Mileage Multiplier offer may sound tempting up front, but is it really worth it?
What is the American Airlines Mileage Multiplier?
The American Airlines Mileage Multiplier is a loyalty program that allows AA travelers to purchase additional Mileage Multiplier miles whenever traveling American. These additional purchased miles are applied to your AA frequent flyer account, right along with the miles you’ve earned with your booked American Airlines flight.
You also have the opportunity to earn additional American Airlines Multiplier miles for each purchase made with participating partners, like for air travel, hotels, and rental cars.
How Does the American Airlines Mileage Multiplier Work?
For mileage purchases, the Multiplier gives you one mile per dollar spent for Economy Class, 2x for Business Class and 3x for First Class. You can also get additional mileage bonuses for purchases made with American Airlines credit cards.
Then there’s shopping. Travelers can also earn up to 10% of the miles they would normally be awarded through the program by purchasing goods or services from program partners.
Participating partners include:
Hotels, car rental companies, and airline service providers (e.g., American Airlines)
Online travel agencies (e.g., Expedia)
Over 900 retailers to shop with, including Nike, Amazon, and Macy’s
How Do I Join the American Airlines AAdvantage Program?
You can join the AAdvantage program on the American Airlines website, by entering basic information about you. You’ll get an AAdvantage member number that you can use for booking flights on American Airlines and other partner airlines. By meeting specific spending and flying requirements you can earn yourself AAdvantage elite status to receive additional benefits, including free flight upgrades.
How Do I Purchase “Multiplier” Miles?
It’s easy. After booking your reservation with your AAdvantage number, you can purchase program miles by:
Selecting “Mileage Multiplier” when reserving a flight on the American Airlines website (aa.com)
Checking in for your AA flight on American’s website
Checking in for your AA flight using an airport kiosk (you should opt for either the “Reprint Boarding Pass” or “Check Baggage” option)
If you’ve already checked in, you can still purchase the miles on the AA website by visiting the “My Reservations” section of the site, all the way until 45 minutes prior your flight is scheduled to leave.
Then, you can use your credit card to purchase Mileage Multiplier miles for yourself or anyone else.
For mileage purchases, the program gives you one mile per dollar spent for Economy Class, 2x the miles for Business Class reservations and 3x for First Class. You can also get additional mileage bonuses for purchases made with American Airlines credit cards.
How Many AA Miles Do You Earn per Dollar?
In general, you will get two AA miles for every $1 spent on eligible purchases. Through December 31, 2022, you can get up to four 4 AA miles for every $1 spent on eligible purchases, and 1 mile per $1 spent on everything else.
How Much Is the Mileage Multiplier?
It depends on your purchase and AAdvantage membership level, but on average, AA miles are worth about one cent each.
Are the Mileage Multipliers Worth It?
The American Airlines AAdvantage Mileage Multiplier is a great deal for those who fly and/or shop online frequently and want to participate in the loyalty program. If you’re not a frequent flier or AAdvantage program member, it might not be so worth it.
How Can You Tell If Using the AAdvantage Mileage Multiplier Program Is Worth It?
To assess the value of the miles per trip:
Take the cash price of your booking (minus taxes and fees) divided by the number of points needed for the flight. This will give you the point value for that particular flight.
Since AAdvantage miles are valued at about 1 cent per mile on average, you’ll know they’re worth using them if you’re booking a flight worth 1 cent (or more) per mile.
Is the American Airlines AAdvantage Mileage Multiplier a Good Deal?
Absolutely, as long as you’re a frequent flier and/or frequent online shopper. If you don’t fly as frequently, it will be a less appealing offer from a cost-effectiveness standpoint.
Can I Use My AAdvantage Number for Someone Else?
AAdvantage members can use their miles to purchase/upgrade seats for themselves and for other passengers, including for an existing flight reservation.
Do AAdvantage Miles Expire?
While many airlines do not let their incentives expire, AAdvantage miles expire after 24 months if there’s no account activity. To keep your miles active, you’ll need to earn or redeem American miles at least once every 18 months, though fortunately, this is easy.
If you have any AA miles that are about to expire, all you have to do is use your AAdvantage credit card, shop in the American Airlines online mall, or by performing any other action that can earn you AA miles.
So,Is the AAdvantage Mileage Multiplier a Good Deal?
If you’re a frequent flier and/or frequent online shopper, the American Airlines Mileage Multiplier program is of great benefit to you. If you don’t travel or shop online often, you may not find it to offer as much value to you.
Should I Keep or Get Rid of My Old Passport – So you’re sending in your application for a passport renewal, and are wondering if you should keep or get rid of your old passport.
While it is recommended that you destroy/dispose of expired driver’s licenses and other forms of ID, the U.S. State Department recommends that U.S. citizens keep their old passports in a secure place, since they are considered proof of U.S. citizenship.
But there’s more. Let me show you.
What If My Passport Expires, But Is Linked to a Valid Visa?
If an expired passport is linked to a valid visa, the visa remains valid. You are required to travel with your new, renewed passport as well as with a valid visa and expired passport.
When Should Your Passport Be Renewed?
If your passport was issued to you when you were 16 or older, your passport will be valid for 10 years. If you were younger than 16 when it was issued, it will remain valid for five years.
Do We Need to Keep Old Passports?
There is no official requirement to keep old passports, though it is recommended that you do keep expired passports in a safe place (not with your current passport) for future reference. Though you can’t use it for travel, it is still a useful document.
What to Do With Old Passports When Someone Dies
You may choose to keep the passport of a deceased individual for sentimental reasons, or you can choose to return it for cancellation first. If you have the passport canceled and then returned to you, you need to return the passport in question to a Consular Lost and Stolen Passport (CLASP) unit. You’ll need to provide a copy of the deceased individual’s death certificate along with the passport.
Should I Keep Old Passports?
Though you’re not required to keep an old, expired passport, it is recommended that you do keep it in a secure place for future reference. You can’t use it for traveling anymore, but it can still come in handy.
Can I Throw Away an Old Passport?
If you decide not to keep an old passport, you can dispose of it properly. Passports are made to be very durable and long-lasting and are difficult to destroy, so the best way to dispose of one is to burn it down to ashes. You can also send your passport to the U.S. State Department and request that it be canceled and disposed of properly.
Note that newer passports are made with an RFID chip that holds all of your personal information, and that tampering with the chip is illegal. There you have another good reason to not dispose of your old passport.
Why Keep an Old Passport?
An old, expired passport can actually come in handy. It can always be used as viable proof of your U.S. citizenship, even after it’s expired. It makes renewing your passport easier and quicker (as you can send in your old one as verification en lieu of your birth certificate). If you’re ever in need of passport renewal and are down to crunch time, you’ll appreciate how much faster the renewal process is with an expired passport.
Your expired passport may be tied to valid visas (some countries allow valid visa transfers from an old passport to a new one). Just be sure to be carrying both your old passport and your new one.
Expired passports are also valid forms of ID when applying for driver’s licenses and verification of the right to work in the U.S. all by themselves.
And maybe you just like to keep a memento of past vacations and countries visited!
What Should I Do If I Have a Life or Death Emergency in a Foreign Country and Need a Passport?
If My Address Has Changed Do I Need to Update My Passport?
If your address changes, you only need to report it if your passport application is still being processed. You can call the National Passport Information Center at 1.877.487.2778 to let them know about your updated address. If you’ve already received your passport when you move, you don’t need to update your address information.
Can I Continue to Use My Passport if it Has Been Damaged?
You can continue to use your passport if it’s only sustained minor damage (normal wear and tear). If your passport has received significant rips and tears, water damage, torn-out pages, hole punches, unofficial markings, etc., you’ll need to apply for a new passport in person, along with the damaged passport, and a completed Form DS-11.
What Do I Do If I Lose My Passport?
If you should happen to lose your passport or have it stolen, the process of replacing it is much like that of applying for a new one. You’ll need to fill out and submit an extra form (Form DS-64, Statement Regarding a Lost or Stolen Passport). This form will be entered into the U.S. State Department’s Consular Lost or Stolen Passport System to help prevent the fraudulent use of your lost or stolen passport. Call the State Department toll-free at 1-877-487-2778 (TTY 1-888-874-7793) or visit their website if you need assistance.
So, Should I Keep or Get Rid of My Old Passport?
Even though you can’t use your old passport for travel anymore, doesn’t mean it’s worthless. In fact, it can come in handy at some point. The U.S. State Department recommends that you keep your old, expired passports in a safe location (not with your current passport) for future reference.
If you do decide to dispose of your old passport, you can either burn it completely or send it to the State Department and request it be canceled and disposed of. Note that it is illegal to tamper with the RFID chips featured in newer passports, so you may want to keep your expired passport in a safe place, as is recommended.
Maybe your driver’s license has just expired or is about to expire, or maybe you’re moving to a different state where you’ll need to get a new driver’s license. What should you do with your old driver’s license? Keep it (maybe you DO like your photo)? Dispose of it?
For the sake of identity theft protection, if nothing else, best practices indicate that you should destroy/dispose of the old one, or turn it in to your state’s DMV to properly dispose of it, whenever you get a new, updated driver’s license. There’s way too much important information about you that criminals or identity thieves could use to their benefit and to your detriment. If nothing else, if you do decide to keep your old driver’s license, at least keep it safely locked up.
Should I Destroy My Old Driving License?
If you keep your old driver’s license, keep it locked up securely. First, scribble over your image with a permanent marker, along with your driver’s license number and your name and address. It is recommended that you dispose of it properly, and the best way to dispose of it is by using a cross-section shredder like this great one.
To ensure your sensitive information’s safety, dispose of the tiny, shredded pieces of your old driver’s license a few bits at a time over the course of a couple of weeks. The separate pieces will get taken away a few chunks at a time by your trash pickup.
You can also cut it up into small pieces with scissors, or just burn it, though burning it can create toxic fumes, so do so in a well-ventilated space. Disintegrators are also effective disposal tools.
If you don’t have a shredder, there are companies that specialize in securely taking and shredding old documents that may contain sensitive information (such as old tax returns, older than 10 years), though there is a fee they’ll charge you.
What to Do With Old ID Cards?
Identification cards, like your driver’s license or old credit/debit cards, contain sensitive, important information about you, like your birthdate, address, etc., that identity thieves can exploit to their own benefit in a way that could harm you (like your credit). To dispose of your old ID/license, start by scribbling over your image, name, ID number, etc., with a permanent marker. Then, it’s recommended to always properly destroy old ID cards/driver’s licenses to keep them out of circulation. If you do keep your old IDs, keep them safely locked away.
Is it Illegal to Destroy a Driver’s License?
It is technically illegal to destroy or alter any government-issued ID or documentation, as these things are technically property of the issuing government entity. Such damage or destruction to government property isn’t often prosecuted unless high-profile court proceedings or other stakes are pending.
Destroying your own expired driver’s license or other old ID cards is considered safe and is recommended when you obtain updated identification.
What Should I Do With My Old Driver’s License?
Identity theft prevention experts will almost always recommend destroying your old driver’s licenses, either by burning, shredding, or cutting them up. You can always turn your old driver’s license in to the DMV office, and they’ll punch a hole in it signaling that it’s not usable, and then dispose of it properly.
Old credit cards and other forms of ID that contain sensitive information on them are also recommended to be destroyed/disposed of safely. If you do keep old licenses/ID cards, keep them safely locked up.
How Do I Safely and Securely Dispose of an Old Driver’s License?
With a permanent marker, scribble and write over your photo, the driver’s license number, and your name and address. Cut your license up with scissors into tiny pieces, or shred your license with a cross-section shredder. You can then throw out some of the pieces, a little at a time, over the course of the next two to three weeks, so that your trash pickup takes the pieces away in separate trips. You might even think about burning your license.
Is It Illegal to Keep an Old Driver’s License?
Some state DMV’s will request your old license when you get a new, updated license so they can dispose of it properly, though most states will let you keep your old driver’s licenses to dispose of or keep as you see fit.
It’s not illegal to keep an old ID (maybe you think it’s easier to renew your ID with the old one in hand), though it’s recommended that you destroy/dispose of it properly. You can burn it, cut it up, shred it, turn it in to your DMV to let them dispose of it, or take it to a company that specializes in shredding documents.
Note that you probably don’t want to hand an expired ID to a police officer the next time you get pulled over, right?
What Should I Do If I Lose My Driver’s License?
Should you happen to misplace or lose your driver’s license, conduct a thorough search of your home, vehicle, places you’ve been, etc. Contact your local police department and bank, and let them know that your ID has gone missing.
Chances are less in favor of something catastrophic happening to you, but you want to be covered in case your driver’s license falls into the wrong hands and someone tries to conduct business with your accounts, at the post office, etc.
So, Should I Keep or Destroy My Old Driver’s License?
You can certainly keep your old driver’s licenses for nostalgia’s sake, but it is highly recommended that you dispose of them properly or turn them in to the DMV so they can properly dispose of them.
Cross-section shredderslike this one are the most effective means of destroying your old licenses/ID cards that you don’t want to leave floating around with your sensitive information made available. This is a good identity theft prevention method. If you decide to keep your old driver’s licenses/ID cards, keep them safely locked away.
So, you need to get a Utah driver’s license. Depending on your age and driving experience, it’s relatively easy, assuming that your driving privilege is not suspended, revoked, disqualified, or denied in any other U.S. state (most states have this first requirement in place).
Read on for the information and steps you’ll need to get your Utah driver’s license.
How to Get Your Utah Driver’s License
Beginning July 1, 2012, Utah deemed that anyone under 19 years of age needs to complete a state-approved driver’s education program before getting their first Utah license.
If you’re older than 19, you can bypass the driver’s ed program if you’ve demonstrated a lawful/legal presence and:
Obtained a Utah learner’s permit at least 90 days prior or presented a valid driver’s license from another state or country
Presented two current proofs of Utah residence (e.g., utility bills, credit card or bank statements, etc.), valid identification/proof of age (government-issued ID, birth certificate, passport/passport card, etc.), and unlaminated Social Security card OR
Citizenship/naturalization form/permanent resident card if you’re an international driver (Form I-551, N-550, N-570, N-560, or N-561), issued by DHS
What Other Documentation/Residency Verification Is Accepted to Get My Utah Driver’s License?
Other acceptable forms of Social Security verification documents include at least one of the following (if you don’t have your Social Security card available):
Letter from the Social Security Administration indicating ineligibility to obtain a Social Security number due to your current legal/lawful presence status
Documentation that contains your name and SSN, like:
Paystub showing your name and SSN
Note: If you’re applying for your first Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) you are required to present your Social Security card.
For Utah physical address (residency) verification, required proof must show your name and primary physical Utah residence address (No PO Boxes) also includes:
Valid Utah vehicle registration or title
School transcript (< 90 days)
Current mortgage or rental contract (< 60 days)
Property tax notice (< 1 year)
Court documents (dated < 60 days)
Other documentation may be acceptable to the Utah DL Division, but only one document printed from the internet can be accepted
What’s the Process for Obtaining a Utah Driver’s License With the Required Documentation?
Once you’ve got your documentation in hand, go to any Utah state licensing office or third-party testing location. You’ll have your photo taken and you’ll need to complete an application, after which you’ll present the required documentation, and pay applicable fees ($52 for a standard license, including age 65 and up, and $18 for a motorcycle license).
Then you’ll have to pass a 50-question written/online test and also a driving test.
What Does the Utah Written/Online Driver’s Test Cover?
As of January 1, 2016, anyone applying to obtain their first Utah driver’s license will need to pass an open-book, 50-question online test over fatal auto accidents. You’ll need to get all questions correct, but you can take the test as many times as you need to. You’ll also need to have completed this test before going to the driver testing site.
What Does the Utah Driving Test Cover?
If you’ve never had a driver’s license in any other state or country before applying for your Utah license, you must complete a driving test at one of the state offices or at a third-party road test provider. The Utah driving test covers your knowledge of road rules, speed limits, safe (defensive) driving, and some mandatory technical driving skill maneuvers, including:
Backing up in a straight line
Parking on a Hill (uphill, downhill, or both)
Making a U-Turn
Making a Three-Point Turn
Feel free to ask as many questions as you need to before starting the test. You won’t be able to ask your tester questions during the test. If you’re taking the driving test in your vehicle, you need to have proof of insurance, working turn signals, headlights/tail lights, and brake lights.
Take your time and relax during your test. Bad driving habits you’ll want to be especially careful to avoid (as they may cause you to fail your driving test) include:
Making “rolling stops” (e.g., not coming to a complete stop when required, such as when negotiating a stop sign or red light)
Not checking for oncoming traffic and not checking your blind spots when turning, changing lanes, etc. before proceeding
Once you’ve completed and passed your road test, you can receive a temporary photo license until your official license arrives in the mail. Your tester can tell you where to obtain your temporary license. Your official license should arrive in the mail within about three weeks.
How Much Does a Utah Driver’s License Cost?
Now that you’ve taken and passed your written/online Utah driver’s and road tests, you’ll just need to pay the license fee via cash, check, money order, or credit/debit card.
Your first standard Class D Utah license (including for senior drivers older than 65): $52.00
Utah Learner permits: $19.00
Utah Class D provisional 5-year license: $39.00
Utah Motorcycle endorsement: $18.00
Renewed standard Class D licenses also cost $52.00 ($27.00 for senior drivers over 65 years).
What Does a Utah “Class D” License Mean?
Utah’s Class D driver’s license designates a regular adult license and does not include a license to drive a commercial motor vehicle (CDL) or motorcycle.
What Is a “Class C” Driver’s License in Utah?
A Utah Class C license is for vehicles with a gross weight rating below 26,001 pounds and carrying 16 or more passengers, including the driver. Class C licenses are also for driving vehicles designated to transport hazardous materials.
How Much Does a Utah State Non-Driver ID Cost?
With the same kind of identification/residency verification, you can obtain a Utah-issued state non-driver ID for $23.00. State-issued IDs from other states are not accepted as valid forms of identification.
So, How Do I Get a Utah Driver’s License?
First-time Utah driver’s license applicants need to be at least 16 years of age and have completed a state-approved driver training course (if under 19 years of age). These drivers must also obtain a Utah learning permit and have completed 40 hours of practice driving with a licensed Utah driver. New residents and international drivers must provide proper identification, proof of right to work/reside in the U.S., and current proof of Utah residency. All drivers obtaining a Utah license must at least complete and pass an open-book, 50-question driver’s test, and those with no previous valid driver’s license from another state or country must take and pass a road test and pay the appropriate licensing fees.
DLNET Login – The Deltanet portal allows Delta Airlines Company employees and retirees to access human resources information, personal information, and confidential company information about themselves.
DLNET Login – Logging into DLNET
DLnet.delta.com provides access to this portal at its main location, including the “LOGIN Authorized Users” feature.
Your login credentials should be entered here on the Delta Extranet page when you click on this option.
The information Delta Airlines Company makes available to employees is accessible once you successfully log in from that page.
It is easy to log in to the Delta Extranet if you know your login details. The login page has a link to help you reset your password if you forget it.
For Delta Airlines employees to access Deltanet, a Delta Passport ID must be known to recover their password. You must first set up an account if you are not already an authorized Deltanet user.
How to register for an account at DLNET – DeltaNet
Type those login credentials into the appropriate fields on that page.
Then, click Sign In to complete your registration.
After completing the process, you will receive an email with instructions on how to verify your Delta Net account.
If you enter the login details incorrectly more than three times, your account will be blocked and you will not be able to log into the portal until after 30 minutes have passed after registering for an account here.
You can also receive login errors if you have your firewall or popup blocker enabled, so make sure these are disabled before trying to log in. Cookies are also necessary to complete the login process.
Issues Registering or logging in to DeltaNet?
If you have any issues remembering your password or aren’t able to log in, click the Trouble Logging In gray button under the Sign In button
Enter your PPR or Delta Login. And click the red Send Request button
You will be led through and process to set up a new password
What info can I get in DLNET?
Logging in to DLNET on delta.com not only makes it easier for employees to access their personal information but also enables them to get to know their colleagues and improve their knowledge to provide the best customer service possible.
To enhance productivity in the workplace, employees have access to the information they need through the portal, making it convenient to access the information they need.
DLNet includes information about employee benefits. Delta employees can use their travel privileges after completing 30 days of service with the company, such as:
A full range of health insurance coverage, including dental, medical, and vision
Information about employee emotional well-being programs.
Information about direct deposits.
Up-to-date Delta Airlines information.
Answers regarding the calendar changes in the DLNet Work plan.
The disability benefits system.
Credit card or CC benefits
As a result of interacting with fellow employees via the portal, they can learn a lot about the company’s policies, procedures, and procedures. They know how to provide travelers with the best information possible regarding areas like accommodation and attractions for the different locations.
Upon logging in to the Delta Extranet, you will be directed to a tutorial explaining how to use the content available on the portal. You will be instructed that authorized users may only view the content on the portal and that it must not be reproduced or shared outside the portal, including social media sites.
It is a violation of Delta Airlines’ policy to do so, and it can result in the termination of an employee’s employment or other disciplinary actions by Delta Airlines.
Delta Airlines DLNET for employees
At dlnet.delta.com, you have access to a wide range of content, including confidential documents. The terms of service warn you not to distribute this confidential content anyplace else if you are logged in to Deltanet online.
In addition to having access to the personal information of your employer, as a carrier employee, you also have access to resources that will allow you to better serve the customers of the airline in the future. However, the information is the property of your employer and is only meant for your use of you as an employee.
The portal is a good way for employees to interact with each other, learn more about the company, and to be able to interact with other employees. The information you receive will be useful as an employee in understanding how the company expects you to be more productive and advance your career.
Why use DLNET.DELTA.COM?
It is possible to access most of the information you might need from the HR department of Delta Airlines by simply logging onto the dlnet.delta.com portal if you are an employee of Delta Airlines. Using the portal, you will be able to access most of the information you need from the HR department.
You can access any of this information anywhere, anytime, for as long as you have the login credentials, once you have created your account and obtained all the login credentials.
If you use the correct username and password to log into this page, it will take only a few seconds assuming you have an internet connection and a browser that is compatible with the system you are using. Your work will be saved once you have taken this step as you will be able to focus on improving your career. DLnet.delta.com portal allows employees to get to know Delta Airlines’ involvement in this industry, and they can share their knowledge with Delta Airlines’ customers so that they can appreciate the airline’s services.
In addition to giving them information on what to do at various destinations, you can also provide tips on accommodations and top attractions. You may even be able to determine useful information for your travel plans if you get the information from them.
Check DLNet for credit card (CC) benefits as well.
As Delta Airlines’ current employees and retirees, it is very important for them to have access to their pay and financial benefits and for them to do that, they must use the dlnet login that Delta Airlines provides.
Your service manager may invite you to participate in other types of benefit programs, and this portal also provides you with information about those other types of benefit programs.
A self-help page in DLnet (here) provides answers to all the errors you may encounter during the login process or while using this portal. You can go to this page for the answers to any errors you encounter during the login process or when using this portal as an employee.
How To Reset or Change Your Password on DLNET
If you need to reset or change your password, click the Trouble Logging In gray button under the Sign In button
Enter your PPR or Delta Login. And click the red Send Request button
You will be led through and process to set up a new password
Want to talk to someone about your issues logging into DLNET?
If you have any issues and need help, Call General Number: 1-888-714-0529 Delta Help Desk at 404-714-4357