If you are arriving on a DOMESTIC flight and connecting to either another domestic or an international flight and already have a boarding pass, check the monitors in the terminal to confirm your connecting departure gate. Please note that gate information may not be displayed on terminal monitors until two hours before your scheduled departure.
There are no exit inspections or passport control checks for customers departing on international flights. If you are making an international connection, you will only need to show your passport to the airline agent when boarding your international flight.
If you arrive on DELTA and are connecting to another flight operated by DELTA, Air France or KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, your connecting flight will depart from the same terminal as you arrived. If you are connecting to a flight operated by another carrier, follow signs to Ground Transportation for the free TERMINAL-WESTIN-TERMINAL shuttle to the North Terminal. You will be required to resubmit to TSA passenger screening upon arrival at the North Terminal to reach your connecting gate.
If you arrive on an airline that operates from the North Terminal and are connecting to a flight operated by DELTA, Air France or KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, follow signs to Ground Transportation to catch the free TERMINAL-WESTIN-TERMINAL shuttle to the McNamara Terminal. You will be required to resubmit to TSA passenger screening upon arrival at the McNamara Terminal to reach your connecting gate.
If you do not have a boarding pass for your connecting flight, proceed to your connecting airline’s terminal and see a member of the airline’s staff for assistance. DELTA customers can also print a boarding pass from automated kiosks and Service Centers located throughout the McNamara Terminal.
For all domestic-to-domestic connections, all baggage checked-through to your final destination will automatically transfer to your connecting flights. Check your baggage claim stub to ensure your bags are checked to your final destination – if so, there’s no need to claim your bags until you arrive at your final destination.