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More detailed information is available at the link below, as found on the US Department of State website. Not only is there a yes/no on the visa as well as requirements, it provides other transit info (Russia to cite just one example, may require an AIDS test, which Delta made no mention of).

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The State Dept link does not have anything for non-US citizens.

Non US citizens should have a passport when traveling anywhere from the us. SO its somewhat of a moot point.

Can I use American Express instead of visa?

Regrettably no. But "fines" paid in dollars may do the trick -- although this is done at considerble risk to one's self:
Have you ever been in a Turkish prison?
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Rack said: [Q]Can I use American Express instead of visa?

Rack said: [Q]Non US citizens should have a passport when traveling anywhere from the us. SO its somewhat of a moot point.

The website gives info not just for travel from the US to anywhere.

I believe starting in October, even US citizens traveling outside the US will need a US passport to re-enter. The OP's link will still be valuable for visa information, but everyone will soon need a passport regardless.



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