Delta Air Lines has an extranet, through which its employees can access their paystubs, work schedules and benefits information conveniently. The extranet makes it possible for Delta Air Lines employees to access such work-related resources from almost anywhere, and at pretty much anytime. Therefore the extranet effectively serves as the HR portal for the Delta Air Lines employees. Other groups of people who are also likely to find the extranet useful are Delta Air Lines retirees, contractors and vendors. That is because the Delta Air Lines extranet also has resources that are relevant to retirees, as well as the contractors and vendors who work with Delta Airlines.
Accessing the Delta Air Lines extranet
The Delta Air Lines extranet is accessible at Dlnet.delta.com. So that is the address you need to enter into your browser, in order to be transferred to the site, which also serves as Delta Air Line’s employees’ portal. Accessing it is a three step process. First you launch your browser application. Then you put the cursor on the browser’s address bar, near the top. And then you type the extranet’s address/URL (Dlnet.delta.com) into the browser’s address bar. Your browser then takes you to the Delta Air Lines extranet.
Groups of people who can use the Delta Air Lines extranet
There are 4 distinct groups of people who can use the Delta Air Lines extranet,namely:
- Current employees working for Delta Air Lines
- Retirees, who used to work for Delta Air Lines
- Contractors who are engaged by Delta Air Lines
- Authorized vendors
Things you can do at the Delta Air Lines extranet
As a current employee working for Delta Air Lines, the airline’s extranet enables you to, among other things:
- View your paystubs
- View your benefits information
- View your work schedules
- View your direct deposit details
- Change your direct deposit details
Additionally, if you are a Delta Air Lines retiree, contractor or authorized vendor, you will find, at the Delta Air Lines extranet, resources relevant to you. You will find most of the things that would otherwise have forced you to either call or visit Delta Air Lines offices.
How to use the Delta Air Lines extranet
You first need to load the Delta Air Lines extranet on your browser. As noted earlier, this is a question of launching your browser, and entering the extranet’s address/URL (Dlnet.delta.com) into the browser’s address bar. The browser should then load the extranet.
Once the Delta Air Lines extranet loads on your browser, the next step is to log in. You can’t use the Delta Air Lines extranet without logging in. To log in, you are required to enter your Delta Login username or PPR, alongside the password and then click on the ‘Sign In’ button. If it is the first time you are using the extranet, you will need to go through a registration process. It is while registering that you will set up a password, which you will thereafter be logging in with.
Once you are logged into the Delta Air Lines extranet, you will find various self-explanatory links and menus. You will then be expected to use those links and menus to navigate around the extranet, and ultimately access the specific resource you are searching for.
- Delta Air Lines extranet: Http://dlnet.delta.com
- Delta Air Lines extranet login page: Http://dlnet.delta.com
- Delta Air Lines extranet registration page: https://register.delta.com/NewUser