Free guide: wi-fi Internet access at airports around the world

By David Flynn , January 14 2014
Free guide: wi-fi Internet access at airports around the world

Here's a handy reference for travellers – a guide to wi-fi Internet access at dozens of the world's major airports.

With some airports it's free, while others will hit you up for $20 if you want some pre-flight surfing (assuming you don't enjoy access to an airport lounge where the wi-fi is free, albeit password-protected).

US-based website Airfarewatchdog.com pulled together this list – we've posted the international chart here so you can get an idea of its scope and detail, but you can click here to download both charts as a single PDF [240kb in size] and keep them on your smartphone, tablet or laptop for instant reference on your next trip.

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David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.

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Another potential (paid) solution to wifi access when on the road is a subscription with a global wifi provider such as boingo or iPass.

These can be costly if your wifi use is limited, or if you're travelling to multiple regions. Therefore a 'pay as you go' alternative such as Skype Wifi may be suitable.


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