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Using a Kiosk to Check In - Demo On Delta Air Lines Web Site

Using a Kiosk to Check In - Demo On Delta Air Lines Web Site

 
Old Nov 24, 03, 10:06 pm
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Using a Kiosk to Check In - Demo On Delta Air Lines Web Site

View a demo a checking in via Kiosks here .


Locations
Delta now has 600 plus kiosks in over 80 cities. Additional kiosks are coming to other airports soon.

City Location
Albuquerque, New Mexico Ticket lobby
Anchorage, Alaska Ticket lobby
Austin, Texas Ticket lobby
Atlanta, Georgia Ticket lobby (domestic coach side); MARTA entrance
Baltimore, Maryland Ticket lobby
Baton Rouge, Louisiana Ticket lobby
Birmingham, Alabama Ticket lobby
Boise, Idaho Ticket lobby
Boston, Massachusetts Terminal C ticket lobby; Terminal B-Shuttle
Charleston, South Carolina Ticket lobby
Charlotte, North Carolina Ticket lobby
Chicago (O'Hare), Illinois Ticket lobby
Cincinnati, Ohio Ticket lobby
Cleveland, Ohio Ticket lobby
Columbia, South Carolina Ticket lobby
Columbus, Ohio Ticket lobby
Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas E16 & E33 ticket counters
Dayton, Ohio Ticket lobby
Daytona Beach, Florida Ticket lobby
Denver, Colorado Ticket lobby
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Ticket lobby
Ft. Myers, Florida Ticket lobby
Greensboro, North Carolina Ticket lobby
Greenville/Spartanburg, South Carolina Ticket lobby
Hartford, Connecticut Ticket lobby
Honolulu, Hawaii Ticket lobby
Houston (Hobby), Texas Ticket lobby
Houston (Intercontinental), Texas Ticket lobby
Huntsville, Alabama Ticket lobby
Indianapolis, Indiana Ticket lobby
Islip, New York Ticket lobby
Jackson, Mississippi Ticket lobby
Jacksonville, Florida Ticket lobby and between Gates A2 and A4
Kansas City, Missouri Ticket lobby
Knoxville, Tennessee Ticket lobby
Las Vegas, Nevada Terminal One and Two served by airport-provided kiosks
Lexington, Kentucky Ticket lobby
Little Rock, Arkansas Ticket lobby
Los Angeles, California Ticket lobby
Louisville, Kentucky Ticket lobby
Melbourne, Florida Ticket lobby
Memphis, Tennessee Ticket lobby
Miami, Florida Ticket lobby
Minneapolis, Minnesota Ticket lobby
Mobile, Alabama Ticket lobby
Nashville, Tennessee Ticket lobby
Newark, New Jersey Ticket lobby
New Orleans, Louisiana Ticket lobby
New York City (La Guardia) Ticket lobby; Marine air terminal
New York City (JFK) West check-in ticket lobby, located left of counter; between Domestic and BusinessElite® ticket counter
Norfolk, Virginia Ticket lobby
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Ticket lobby
Ontario, California Ticket lobby
Orlando, Florida Ticket lobby
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Ticket lobby
Phoenix, Arizona Ticket lobby
Pensacola, Florida Ticket lobby
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Ticket lobby
Portland, Maine Ticket lobby
Portland, Oregon Ticket lobby
Providence, Rhode Island Ticket lobby
Raleigh Durham, North Carolina Ticket lobby
Richmond, Virginia Ticket lobby
San Diego, California Ticket lobby
San Antonio, Texas Ticket lobby
Salt Lake City, Utah Ticket lobby
San Francisco, California Ticket lobby
Sarasota, Florida Ticket lobby
Savannah, Georgia Ticket lobby
Seattle, Washington Ticket lobby
Shreveport, Louisiana Ticket lobby
Spokane, Washington Ticket lobby
Tallahassee, Florida Ticket lobby
Tampa, Florida Ticket lobby
Tulsa, Oklahoma Ticket lobby
Tucson, Arizona Ticket lobby
Washington D.C. (Dulles) Ticket lobby
Washington DC (Reagan National) Ticket counter; Shuttle counter; Metro bridge entrance
West Palm Beach, Florida Ticket lobby


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Old Nov 24, 03, 11:01 pm
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Duhhhhh.... how I do use a kiosk? I'm a moron....

Sorry if I've offended anyone who has trouble using a kiosk, but then you probably wouldn't be using the Internet to read this.

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Old Nov 25, 03, 9:54 am
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Along the same lines, if you can get on the internet to find Delta's web page with the kiosk demo, you probably don't need it.
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Old Nov 26, 03, 6:02 pm
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SJU has them now. I flew out of there today. The kiosks were not there on 10/12 when I flew out the last time.
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Old Nov 26, 03, 6:52 pm
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On a related note, in various airports I sometimes see check-in kiosks for DL (and other airlines) on the concourses -- i.e., airside, past security. What is the point of these machines, if a boarding pass is now required to pass all security checkpoints?
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Old Nov 26, 03, 10:49 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by Ezra:
On a related note, in various airports I sometimes see check-in kiosks for DL (and other airlines) on the concourses -- i.e., airside, past security. What is the point of these machines, if a boarding pass is now required to pass all security checkpoints? </font>
They might be useful for getting on an upgrade list, seat selection, confirming a rebooking/receiving an updated board pass, or other things. I know for sure that DL plans to automate IROPS with kiosks, so maybe these are what you saw? I saw a setup of machines and readers in DFW where the customer service area used to be.
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Old Nov 27, 03, 1:29 am
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by Ezra:
On a related note, in various airports I sometimes see check-in kiosks for DL (and other airlines) on the concourses -- i.e., airside, past security. What is the point of these machines, if a boarding pass is now required to pass all security checkpoints? </font>
If you're connecting from another airline to a DL flight, it could come in handy.

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