7 airlines with free on-board wifi

More and more airlines these days are offering on-board wifi but most impose a charge for the service. Obviously as time goes on this list will grow but at the moment, the only airlines providing free wifi on-board their flights are:

1. Emirates

On select 777’s and all but three of their A380’s, Emirates provide 10MB free and the next 500MB for just $1.
http://www.emirates.com/ie/english/flying/staying_connected/staying_connected.aspx

2. Hong Kong Airlines

HK Airlines provide free wifi (subject to bandwidth restrictions) on all their A330-200 aircraft.
https://www.hongkongairlines.com/en_CN/services/service/wifigsm

3. Jet Blue

Free wifi is available on JetBlue’s A321 fleet and is currently being installed across their A320 and Embraer E190 aircraft.
http://www.jetblue.com/flying-on-jetblue/wifi/

4. Nok Air

The Bangkok based low-cost carrier is currently fitting free wifi across all of their fleet with a limited number currently installed.
http://www.nokair.com/contents/on_board/travel_class/en-US/index.html

5. Norwegian

Norwegian were one of the first airlines in the world to offer free wifi and it is now fitted to all of their 737-800 aircraft.
http://www.norwegian.com/uk/travel-information/travel-services/wifi/

6. Philippine Airlines

The Asian carrier provides free wifi across their A330-300 and Boeing 777 fleets.
http://www.philippineairlines.com/special-offers/pal-air-internet-and-mobile-service/

7. Turkish Airlines

Free wifi is provided on most of Turkish Airlines international routes across all fleets.
http://www.turkishairlines.com/en-int/travel-information/frequently-asked-questions/on-board/in-flight-entertainment

 

Other airlines with wifi (some limited) at a charge include:

Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Air Asia, Air Berlin, Air Canada, Air France, Air Tran, Alaska Airlines, ANA, American Airlines, British Airways, Cebu Pacific, Delta, Egypt Air, Etihad, EVA Air, Frontier Airlines, Garuda, Gulf Air, Iberia, Icelandair, JAL, Lufthansa, Libyan Airlines, Mango Airlines, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, SAS, Singapore Airlines, Southwest, TAM, TAP, Thai Airways, Transaero, United Airlines, US Airways, Virgin America and WestJet.

If you think we’ve left any out then please email us at hello@askthepilots.com

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