Free as a bird - guide to free WiFi at international airports

15 April 2010

International flights may have been postponed for the time being (it's certainly upset the Scottish jetsetters) but once you're back up in the air, wheeling and dealing your way around the globe, this might come in useful. It's a crowdsourced Google mash-up of airports around the world that offer free WiFI. Most international airports offer access through the likes of Boingo, but plenty offer it for free - perfect for the frugal traveller:

Bitterwallet - Jaunted free airport WiFi map

NB - you can add airports you know about or correct any mistakes by emailing [email protected]


TOPICS:   Travel   Technology


  • Nobby
    Icaland should be nuked to stop this happening again. One big puff of dust, then nothing.
  • Nobby
    Apparently there is free wifi in the sea just to the west of Ireland. No doubt due to the fucking unicorn meat packing factory.
  • Matt
    Gotta love overpriced money grabbing Britain - not one sodding free wifi spot in an airport. Lol.
  • Rob
    Seem to always be wrong these things ... e.g Madrid Barajas - Kubi is a chargeable Wifi provider ...!
  • Chris
    Apparently Dublin airport is somewhere in west Wales...
  • Rob
    And Copenhagen is 10.67 an hour - totally free then eh ?
  • james d.
    I've used free wifi in stansted, haven't i? I'm fairly sure I have
  • TeflonMan
    "Posted by Matt | April 15th, 2010 at 2:31 pm Gotta love overpriced money grabbing Britain – not one sodding free wifi spot in an airport. Lol." London City (of all places) has free WiFi.
  • Warwick H.
    You wont get it from the greedy tossers at tosspot of an airport Newcastle "International" aiport, I use the word "International" in its broadest context.
  • Paul S.
    It's a crowdsourced project - you can add more airports /corrections by emailing [email protected]
  • Free C.
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