Delta Customer Service

1-800-221-1212

Delta Customer Service Contact Phone Number for Support and Help

Delta Airlines is one of the largest airlines in the United States. The Airline has their headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Delta Airlines competitors in the US include United Airlines, American Airlines and Southwest Airlines.

Delta Airlines Corporate Office

1030 Delta Blvd.

Atlanta, Georgia 30354 USA

Corporate Phone Number: 1-404-715-2600

Delta Airlines Customer Service Hours

24/7 24 Hours 7 Days a week

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Delta Airlines Phone Numbers

Customer Support: 1-800-221-1212

Baggage: 1-800-325-8224

Ticket Refunds: 1-800-847-0578

Skymiles Members: 1-800-323-2323

Flight Information: 1-800-325-1999

TDD: 1-800-831-4488

Accessible Services: 1-404-209-3434

Comments and Complaints: 1-800-455-2720

Spanish: 1-800-511-9629

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  1. My wife and I returned from vacation Sept 8 flying through Atlanta.
    We booked our round trip tickets April 9, so that we would be assured flight times and seats. Delta changed the last leg of our trip to Memphis without much notice. Our original flight #2078 was changed to # 1329 which made us wait 4 hrs. When we asked to have our flights changed back to the original flight ,delta was going to charge us 75 dollars each to make the change. This is not acceptable and I need an explanation.

  2. I would like to file a complaint with Delta Airlines. On Jan 06 2014 I was scheduled to fly from AEX (Alexandria, LA) to Atlanta, GA then on to Fayetteville, NC. We arrived at AEX at 0500 for a flight at 0600. We were informed that the flight would be delayed due to a mechanical problem. AEX apparently does not keep a mechanic on duty and had to call and have someone drive from Baton Rouge, LA to Alexandria. This is a 3 hour drive. We learned that the problem was literally a 5 minute fix. The cargo door was not shutting properly. Mechanics from other airlines were on hand and available but were unable to help Delta out. They offered. The pilot ask for another plane to be sent to AEX and the answer was no. I have never seen a pilot so upset. Needless to say we left AEX at 1115 am. This was literally a 5 minute fix and a plane full of paying people missed all flights. I know of one couple who missed their cruise. One man cancelled his flight, got his luggage back and drove 6 hours to Dallas Texas. Once we arrived in Atlanta (7 personnel in all traveling with me) we all had to try to coordinate other flights. 3 people on one flight, 2 on another and 2 on another. Personnel were helpful with putting on on standby’s, arranging hotels and meals if we couldn’t get on any flights. Last 2 personnel left at 9PM to arrive and get to hotel in Fayetteville at 1130PM. What this amounts to was these people including myself traveled 12 to 15 hours for what should have been a 5 hour trip at the most. This is not the first time this has happened out of AEX as the same thing happened last year to the same crew of personnel flying out to same destinations. They never made it that day. Missed all flights and got stuck in Atlanta. If your looking to improve your airlines you need to either get mechanics on duty at these small airports, get newer planes or just inform everyone that if they fly Delta then don’t expect to arrive at the expected time or even the same day when traveling with your company. We all expect to have delays due to bad weather in different locations but on clear, nice days we would like to not have this headache every time we get on a Delta plane. Needless to say I will try all other alternate airlines available to me before trying Delta again. This trip would be rated in the minus category but you didn’t offer that.

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