LoungeFree Airport Wi-Fi Trick #1
I think all airports should offer free Wi-Fi but surprisingly many still don’t (here’s a pretty good list). My trick for finding free Wi-Fi? Hanging out in front of or near an airline’s club lounge, where there’s almost always an open connection. I did it two weeks ago in Atlanta and it worked like a charm!



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10 Comments On "Travel Tip of the Day: Free Airport Wi-Fi Trick #1"
  1. Lyn Tayloe|

    MYR … Myrtle Beach,SC Has FREE WiFi

  2. Donald McKellar|

    Johnny, why would one need to use this method if they had a 3G or 4G Smartphone?

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      You wouldn’t but many international travelers turn off their phones to avoid high data charges.

      1. Anonymous|

        Ah, too right, I do the same thing at CDG as I recall.

  3. Anonymous|

    you still need a password !

    1. Anonymous|

      not if its an open network….dumbass

  4. Helen Hindersman|

    I forgot my Platinum card which normally gets me entrance into the Delta Sky Clubs and found that if I sat in the gate seats directly across from the entrance to the club, I got great wi-fi reception. This was in Atlanta, can’t remember which terminal.

  5. Suzan holmquist|

    Any lounge I have been in gives a password to access their wifi or you can’t access their wifi .Hawaiian airlines even has different passwords for lax & hnl lounges.

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  7. Robertus|

    Very nice!! there is so much information on this blog keep posting good information like this so that I can come back every day for some new info

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