Where to Find Free Wi-Fi at U.S. and International Airports
For frequent fliers, nothing is more blissful than an airport with free Wi-Fi. But not every stopover location is so generous.
Airfarewatchdog assembled two handy charts that detail everything you need to know about wireless connections at major airports in the United States and worldwide, from airports with free Wi-Fi to those with the most expensive Wi-Fi and usage limitations.
The major airports in Anchorage, Boston, Dallas or Fort Lauderdale, Fla., offer unlimited free Wi-Fi, while New York City-based airports — such as John F. Kennedy International, LaGuardia International and Newark Liberty International — ask for $4.95 for an hour or $7.95 for 24 hours to access their networks.
Hawaii Honolulu International, which only offers Wi-Fi in gates and departure areas, costs even more: $6.95 for just two hours and $24.95 for a monthly pass.
Internationally, travelers can soak in gratis connections at Dubai International Airport, Dublin Airport in Ireland and Changi International Airport in Singapore. But passengers at London Heathrow Airport and Charles De Gaulle International Airport in Paris have to pay up.
For a full look at where to find free Wi-Fi at U.S. airports, check out the infographic below.
Full article via Mashable