New AirTickets checks will be required for passengers traveling on Delta and United Airlines flights.
This change is expected to save the airlines around $20 million a year.
Delta and U.S. Airways are planning to introduce similar checks by the end of this year.
This is an interesting move by airlines that have been caught in the middle of a national debate over how to enforce ticket check-ins.
Delta has been facing criticism that its security policies aren’t working, and the airline has been forced to spend millions to make security tougher.
United has been criticized for not making security tougher since it was introduced in 2010, and has been accused of using its massive security system to target its passengers.
However, United has since made some changes, such as requiring passengers to present proof of their ID at check-out, and its system has improved.
It’s important to note that this change is only for domestic flights, not for international flights.
Delta says it’s adding this new check-In service in response to the growing number of people flying on Delta flights.
United says that this is an attempt to better protect its customers.
Delta’s new check in system is only available for domestic air travelers, not international air travelers.
The airline says this is because they need to focus on getting the best service possible.
They say that since this new system will only be available for Delta customers, the airline will have to make adjustments to their ticketing systems to handle the additional travelers coming on the platform.
The company will also be adding more security checks to other Delta services, such a JetBlue, Spirit, and Alaska.
United is also adding extra security checks at its domestic hubs, including Newark Liberty International Airport, Detroit Metro Airport, Miami International Airport and Boston Logan International Airport.
United will also add a more expensive security check at check in to every ticketed passenger’s baggage.
This new check check-Out option will allow United to add additional security checks, which will help to make their check-Ins process more efficient.