Perhaps a traveler’s greatest frustration: Being stuck in the terminal, with plenty of emails to check, but no WiFi to do so.
Squander no longer. While many airports require you to join a particular VIP airline club to snag WiFi passwords, savvy traveler Anil Polat (aka our hero), who is behind the blog foXnoMad, has compiled a map of airport WiFi networks and passwords throughout the world with the help of his followers.
“Finding an open wireless connection in many airports isn’t always easy, or possible, without a password,” writes Polat on his blog.
“The difficulty of getting online is why I asked you for, and created, an always-up-to-date list of airport wireless passwords around the world.”
Polar posts on the foXnoMad Facebook page whenever a new password or airport is added.
Explore the map below to find out the passwords for your go-to airports.
Most of them are pretty effortless to remember – at San Diego International Airport, for instance, simply type in “firstclass” (this is the password for many Delta Sky Clubs around the country).
At Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, the password for the VIP Maple Lounge is “montreal.”
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