If you’ve been scouring the web for free airport wifi passwords, you’ve come to the right place. In reality, I’m sending you to the right place, but let’s just all agree that this is the right place for now and move on.
A post appeared on the Reddit homepage today (r/all) that originated in the travel subreddit with the headline “Wireless Passwords from Airports and Lounges Around the World.” The last time I published free airport wifi passwords, I got a lot of complaints in the comments (ed. note: and now there are no comments at all on Fly&Dine. This is exactly why we can’t have nice things if we can’t all place nice together.). Hopefully I’ll escape scrutiny here because I’m just reposting someone else’s free airport wifi passwords. In any case, the post takes you to a Google Map filled with either lounge passwords or free wifi info for a variety of airports around the world.
In the comments of the Reddit post, a user named nomadfox takes credit for the map and also points people to an app he created. If you’re more into apps than maps, you can check out his WiFox app out over here.
The Big Picture
Now the real question is, how useful is this map? Well, I love the fact that you can zoom in on any airport you’re traveling to (as long as it appears on the list) and see if there’s a lounge password available. The downside is that all US airports included in the map seem to be Delta lounges and the rest of the world is fairly spotty. That being said, it’s a free map with free info and, like all things, you get what you pay for. I think it’ll come in handy at some point as you make your way through the world.
So there you have it: a map of free wifi passwords and info at airports around the world. Click right here to get your free airport wifi passwords.