Things You Will Need
  • Confirmation number

  • SkyMiles number

  • Ticket number, debit or credit card number

If you want to find an old Delta Air Lines itinerary, you have two choices. The airline’s website gives you the ability to find a current and old trip using their “Itinerary & Check-In” section or by signing into your Delta SkyMiles account. Delta SkyMiles is a frequent flyer miles program that allows flyers to collect miles that can be used to purchase future boarding passes. You may have better luck finding your old itinerary using your Delta SkyMiles account because it’s a more personalized system and it can give you more detailed information.

Use the Delta Itinerary Section

1. Visit and Click on Travel Information

Visit Delta's website and click on “Travel Information” on the upper right corner. A drop-down menu will pop up; select “Itineraries & Check-In.” A new page will come up.

2. Search Criteria

Select the way you want to search for your old itinerary. You can search by confirmation number, debit or credit card number (i.e. American Express/Amex card), or e-ticket/ticket number. Click on the desired section and enter the requested information.

3. Click Go to Find within Last Three Years

Click “Go” after you have completed the designated areas. You may only get itineraries for the past two to three years.

Use a Delta SkyMiles Account

1. Sign in to SkyMiles

Sign in to your Delta SkyMiles Account on You will need to have your SkyMiles number and your PIN to sign in. Delta SkyMiles is a free program that you can enroll into, once you purchase your first Delta ticket.

2. View Account Activity

Click “SkyMiles,” which is located on the upper right corner. Select “Manage My Account” from the drop-down menu. A new window will open. Click on “View Account Activity” from the list. Once clicked, a new window will be displayed.

3. Use Custom Date Range

Select “Custom Date Range” from the “Report Range” drop-down menu, located on the lower left corner. Click “Get Activity.” Your itineraries for Delta flights for the past three years will be displayed. You can click on your old itineraries for more information.


You can find existing reservations under the “My Trips” tab on the Fly Delta app. This app is also useful for tracking your flight status and other important information regarding your upcoming flight(s).

Whether you are looking for past international flights or domestic flights you have taken with Delta, you should be able to find what you are looking for using the resources provided by the airline.


If you need any further assistance on finding old itineraries with Delta, there is a useful faqs page on their website that might be able to answer your questions.

Delta Operates 9 hubs. In the United States, Delta Hubs include:

  • Los Angeles (LAX),
  • Atlanta (ATL)
  • Detroit,
  • New York,
  • Boston

Final Tip for the Phone Savvy: In our family, using Gmail or Apple Notes to store itineraries is a great way to keep organized. Apple and Google Photos do a great job of timestamping old screenshots of itineraries. We take a screenshot of final confirmation numbers for our trips because you never know if the internet will be available at certain times.

If you are a frequent international traveler, you will be familiar with Delta One, Delta’s first class perk with lie flat seats and lounge access. As an infrequent business traveler, the Delta Sky Club and Sky Priority Access lounge is quite useful to have a quiet space to work before a flight.