How to Go Delta

How to Go Delta

Boarding generally begins 15 to 30 minutes before departure. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Advance purchase tickets do not guarantee a seat however allow carriers to better plan capacity.

Please arrive at the terminal or bus stop location at least 30 minutes prior to departure. At major locations it may be necessary to arrive up to 1 hour prior to departure.

When Delta Bus Lines fills a regularly scheduled bus with passengers during times of peak demand, Delta Bus Lines plans for additional buses to accommodate passengers beyond the seating capacity of a single bus for any given schedule. However, our ability to add extra sections depends on the availability of buses, drivers and the number of passengers.

When picking up passengers en route (such as at a rest stop), continuing passengers who de-boarded at the rest stop are given priority to re-board.

For information on parking at Delta Bus Lines locations, please contact the location nearest you.

*Delta Bus Lines does not accept discounts, coupons, or vouchers from other carriers.

Enjoy Your Trip

All Delta Bus Lines buses are equipped with wi-fi, air conditioning, an on-board restroom, reclining seats with headrests, footrests and tinted windows. Feel free to bring reading material, radio headsets and a small pillow for your comfort. Food and non-alcoholic beverages may be carried on board for personal consumption.

Radios, laptops and other electronic items may be carried on board, provided that they do not disturb fellow passengers and that headphones are used. (External power outlets are NOT available on Delta Bus Lines buses.)

Customers who need travel assistance are encouraged to call Delta Bus Lines at 662-627-7893 at least 48 hours prior to departure.

On Board Restrictions

For everyone’s safety and comfort, Delta Bus Lines asks that customers please follow certain restrictions while on board. Federal law does not permit smoking on Delta Bus Lines buses. We have a zero tolerance for alcohol, drugs, weapons and unruly behavior.

For your safety and the safety of those around you, passengers should remain seated while the bus is in motion. Audio, video and camera equipment should be stored with other carry-ons when not in use.

No dogs, cats, birds, or other animals will be transported. However, a service animal, trained for the purpose of accompanying a disabled person, will be permitted to travel with the disabled person at no additional charge.

Traveling With Children

Unaccompanied Children

Any passenger under the age of 8 must be accompanied by a passenger at least 15 years of age or older at all times. Passengers between the ages of 8 and 14 years of age inclusive, may travel unaccompanied at full adult fare if the following conditions are met in their entirety:

If any of the above conditions are not met, then the passenger must be accompanied by a passenger at least 15 years of age or older in order to travel.

The passenger’s trip will begin and end on the same schedule (no transfers).

The passenger’s trip will be no longer than five (5) hours in duration.

The passenger’s trip (origin to destination) must take place during daylight hours only.

Both the origin and destination stations are full service agencies or company operated facilities.

The destination station will be open at the time the passenger is scheduled to arrive.

Parent, Guardian or Legal Custodian of the child must complete and sign the Unaccompanied Child Form authorizing the child to make the trip and return this to the Customer Service Supervisor on duty. This form specifically names the person authorizing the trip and the person meeting the child at the destination station and the telephone number(s) at which this person may be contacted. It also provides an emergency contact name and telephone number in the event it is needed.

In order for the child to be released at the destination, the person named on the Unaccompanied Child Form as the one meeting the child must have positive picture identification, such as a driver’s license or state issued identification card, and provide such to the agent at the destination station. Without such identification, the child will be released into the custody of Child Protective Services or to local law enforcement officials in the destination city.

A fee of $5 will be assessed for each child traveling unaccompanied.

If any of the above conditions are not met, then the passenger must be accompanied by a passenger at least 15 years of age or older in order to travel.