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Top 10 List: Airports with WiFi

February 28, 2008 | Posted in: Airline News

It used to be that a layover at an airport was a time for maybe grabbing a bite to eat or grabbing a paper at the bookstore. Of course, those days are gone. A layover means a few extra minutes to get some work done.

So, which airports do you want to find yourself in if you just have to get wired while waiting for your next flight to take off? Forbes has put together a list of the 30 most WiFi friendly major airports in the world. They measured passenger traffic as related to WiFi stations, pay vs. free, and a variety of other factors to come up with their “overall best” list.

Keep reading to see which airports with WiFi made it into the Top Ten…

Here are the Top 10 best overall airports with WiFi from Forbe’s list. Just know that you can also find convenient WiFi set-ups at smaller airports such as Little Rock and Boise, so even if you have a layover at an airport that’s not known for its size, it doesn’t mean you won’t be able to get some work done.

Now, for the list:

  1. Atlanta (ATL)
  2. Denver (DEN)
  3. Las Vegas (LAS)
  4. Hong Kong (HKG)
  5. Phoenix (PHX)
  6. (tied w/ Phoenix for 5th) Singapore (SIN)
  7. London – Heathrow (LHR)
  8. Tokyo – Haneda (HND)
  9. Orlando (MCO)
  10. Tokyo – Narita (NRT)

Visit Forbes for all top 30 airports with WiFi.

 

One Response to “Top 10 List: Airports with WiFi”

  1. Laura says:

    Frankly, I find this Forbes list to be pretty unhelpful. Coverage area makes a lot of sense as a metric, but free vs. pay service is more important to me than the total amount of traffic that passes through an airport.

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