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Airlines That Offer Free Internet

We have become a society that is virtually almost always connected and dependant on the internet. Luckily, for the people who don’t enjoy the disconnected feeling on planes and are budget conscious, more and more airlines are offering free internet. There are currently only a portion of airlines who offer this service, JetBlue Airways being the first airline to offer this service, but hopefully this will spark a change for free Wi-Fi on more airlines.

The airlines that offer free internet are:

Emirates – For Emirates, the first 10MB are free, but if you’re looking to do more than updating Facebook or sending some emails then you can pay another $1 for 500MB whenever needed to provide you with internet throughout the flight.


Qatar Airways – For the first 15-minutes internet is free, but after that you have to start paying $5 an hour or $10 for three hours. If you are taking a longer flight, then you can pay a standard fee of $20 which will keep you connected throughout.


JetBlue – The basic service is free for JetBlue, but you can get a premium service for $9 an hour. This service is only available in the U.S.


Norwegian Air – Within Europe, and between the U.S and the Caribbean, Norwegian Air provides the service for free.


Turkish Airlines – Free internet is available for passengers in Business Class, Elite or Elite Plus.

Turkish Airlines - Airbus A320-232 - Tel Aviv Ben Gurion - TC-JP

Air China – Air China provides free internet, but only for domestic flights.


China Eastern – You’ll receive a complimentary $50 worth of internet, however this is only on certain international and domestic flights.


Nok Air – While flying Nok Air they will provide you with internet throughout your flight for free, with a download speed of 8MB and an upload speed of 768KB.


Philippine Airlines – With Philippine Airlines you get to surf the web for 30 minutes or get up to 15MB worth of data for free. After that charges apply to be able to use the Wi-Fi for longer.


(*Time and data restriction may apply – check with individual airlines)

Next time you book your flight, and like the idea of free internet, hopefully one of these airlines are on your list.

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