Whether you’re a digital nomad, often fly for work, or you just really enjoy traveling and getting some work done you know there’s one thing that you dread more than anything else… That’s right, having no wifi (gasp!). I fly at least twice a month, and nothing is more aggravating than getting to an airport and finding out they either have slow wifi or no wifi. Luckily I’ve found a workaround, and hopefully, this will help you as well.
One thing you notice when you’re in airports is that there’s usually a “club” that you can go in and get yourself wifi (I’m personally a Delta Sky Club member and an Admiral’s Club member). However, this isn’t always something that you want to join for a variety of reasons. So how do you go about getting onto their sweet wifi network without having to pay the monthly fee?
Below you’ll find an interactive map of a ton of airports and the locations as well as passwords of the wifi networks. If you want to signup for the clubs I mentioned above, below the map is a quick intro into how to get them for free as well.
As I mentioned before, I’m a member of Delta Sky Club and Admiral’s Club when I’m flying those airlines. If you’re looking to become a member of these amazing clubs for free it’s pretty simple. Here’s how I do it. I signed up for the Chase Sapphire Reserve Card which not only has a TON of travel incentives and bonuses, but most importantly it includes Priority Pass Select lounge access which includes access to over 900 Airport Lounges. If you want to get the card just click here.