March 5, 2007 at 2:14 am #9
One of the most frequently-asked questions I receive here relates to how employees, family members, and companions can access TravelNet to book non-rev travel and check availability and schedules. Recently, Delta made a major change in the way TravelNet is accessed: you no longer need to install any special VPN software or obtain certificates. Access DeltaNet by going to http://dlnet.delta.com Log in using your PPR (usually 9 digits, in the form '0xxxxxx00') You will need a Delta Passport in order to access the site. If you used to access DeltaNet using VPN, you can use your employee ID and password you used before. If you don't have a Delta Passport, you need to register for one at the Delta Passport Self-Service site: http://register.delta-air.com/DeltaOnLine. At this site you can create a new account which you will use for access. Remember that access is allowed only by authorized individuals, so if you are not sure who may access the system, check with Delta. If you have any questions about the system, or want to help out by answering someone's questions, or just feel like posting some useful information that would help your fellow non-rev travelers, please participate here!
March 10, 2009 at 8:00 pm #447
I am a parent of an active Delta employee and have my “11” digit PPR. Am I allowed to register at the “Delta Passport Self-Service” site and access the flight availability list? If not, will this ever be available to parents? Checking flight availability via the phone is very time consuming!!!
May 11, 2010 at 12:26 am #448
No- only the employee is given a passport ID and password.
May 16, 2010 at 9:57 pm #449
I am a domestic partner of NW/DL pilot. Does he have to list me for travel on TravelNet as well, or can I do it myself?
May 16, 2010 at 10:14 pm #450
Officially, only the employee is permitted to access travelnet. You should talk to him or her, though, and ask how it works, and see if you can manage to do it on your own. It's not too hard, and your employee would certainly love to have you do it instead, as long as you are totally trusted, because you would have access to a lot of sensitive information, like salary, HR, benefits, etc.
December 26, 2011 at 1:38 pm #451
I am the adult daughter of a retired employee.
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