Wi-Fi passwords of the world's busiest airports

Wi-Fi Passwords of the Busiest Airports in the World 2019

Travelers about to hit the skies with their mobile devices usually just have one question about staying connected while they’re away from home: is there going to be Wi-Fi?

Waiting at the airport due to a layover or flight delay is sometimes boring, but not being able to use the internet can indeed make the experience more frustrating…

After all, staying offline doesn’t exactly sound like a fun idea – especially when you’re stuck with three or four hours to kill until you board your next flight!

While you could look for open wireless networks, not all airports offer the convenience of free Wi-Fi and you will need a password to gain access.

So, are you planning to travel and want to make sure that you get free Wi-Fi at the airport? Here’s a map with the passwords of the airports in the world.

Note: Also, learn why and how to stay protected while using airport Wi-Fi networks. More about that later on.

You can also check out this Wi-Fi passwords list for the world’s busiest airports 2019:

Airports

Country

Description

  1. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
United StatesFree Wi-Fi network: ALT Free Wi-Fi

United Lounge
Network Name
: united_club
Password: CLUB6683

Delta Sky Club
Password: happy

The CLUB
Password
: Georgia2013*

Admirals Club (North Terminal, Concourse T)
Password: Houston2017

  1. Dubai International Airport
United Arab EmiratesBritish Airways Lounge
Password
: lasvegasEmirates Lounge
Password
: ekloungedxbSkyTeam Lounge
Network Name:
SkyTeam
Password: Ruby
  1. Los Angeles International Airport
United StatesQantas First Class Lounge Password: fly qantas

Admirals Club
Password:
Houston2017

Oneworld Lounge
Network Name
: oneworld
Password: oneworld

United Club (Terminal 7)
Password
: CLUB8385

SkyTeam Lounge
Network Name
: skyteam
No Password

Emirates Lounge
Password
: EK2017

Alaska Board Room
Password
: AL2017

  1. O’Hare International Airport
United StatesBritish Airways Lounge
Password:
lasvegasSAS Lounge
Network Name
: saswipoint
Password: sashomeDelta Sky Club
Network Name
: DeltaSkyClub
Password: happyTerminal 5
Network Name
: Swiss Chicago Password: swissordAdmirals Club
Password
: Houston2017
  1. Heathrow Airport
United KingdomVirgin Atlantic Lounge
Network Name
: Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse
Password: stylePlaza Premium Lounge (Terminal 2) Network Name: PPLLHR
Password: plaza2015Emirates Lounge (Terminal 3)
Network Name
: EK LOUNGES
Password: FLYEKA380Admirals Club
Password
: Houston2017British Airways Galleries Club Lounge
Network Name:
BALoungeWiFi Password: singaporeEtihad Lounge (Terminal 4) Network Name: EYLHRLG
Password: asdfg12345
  1. Hong Kong International Airport
ChinaSkyTeam Lounge
Network Name
: Sky Team Lounge Password: skyteam2016Free Wi-Fi network: #HKAirport Free WiFiPlaza Premium Lounge
Network Name:
Plaza Premium Lounge
Password: plaza2016Cathay Wing Lounge
Password
: cathay1234
  1. Shanghai Pudong International Airport
ChinaSSID: #AirportPVG-WIFI
Username: 576518
Password: 3852
  1. Charles de Gaulle Airport
FranceSAS Lounge (Satellite 7)
Network Name
: SAS WiPoint
Password: SASJOYAdmirals Club
Password
: Houston2017Network Name: ESPACE_BUSINESS
Password: ADP2065
  1. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
United StatesBritish Airways Lounge
Password
: singaporeDelta Sky Club
Password
: happyAdmirals Club
Password
: Houston2017Centurion Lounge
Password
: MemberSince
  1. Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
NetherlandsBritish Airways Lounge
Password
: singaporeFree Wi-Fi network: Airport_Free_WiFi
  1. Frankfurt Airport
GermanyFree Wi-Fi network: Frankfurt Airport

Hotspot Telekom: Email Address & Name required
Password: internet

  1. Istanbul Ataturk Airport
TurkeyIn front of Gate 228B
Network Name:
Little Italy
Password: istanbul1By the Food Court
Network Name
: primeClass_lounge
Password: ConvenientHSBC Premier Lounge
Network Name
: BTA_HSBC
Password: CANAKKALE
(
enter Username: BTA9 and Password: BODRUM on the landing page)TKLounge
Network Name
: TK
Password: VISITISTANBULEat & Go
Network Name
: Eat&Go 500BG
Password: istanbul10Tav Airport Hotel
Network Name
: TAVAIRPORTHOTEL
Password: airporthotel2017

Takeoff Café
Network Name
: takeoff
Password: cafe1986

  1. Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport
ChinaTerminal A
Network Name
: gbdya
Password: 020itcbytj
  1. John F. Kennedy International Airport
United StatesBritish Airways Lounge Password: singapore

Etihad Lounge (Terminal 4)
Password
: etihadjfk

Delta Sky Club
Password
: happy

Terminal 5
Network Name
: JetBlue Hotspot
No password

Admirals Club
Password
: Houston2017

Wingtip Lounge
Password:
WingtipS

Alitalia VIP Lounge
Network Name
: AlitaliaVIP Password: romamilano

  1. Singapore Changi Airport
SingaporeEmirates Lounge
Network Name
: EK Singapore
Password: emirates7Silverkris Lounge
Password
: SKLNetwork Name: #[email protected]
Password is available from any information deskDnata Lounge (Terminal 1)
Password
: dnataloungeT1
  1. Denver International Airport
United StatesAdmirals Club
Password
: Houston2017
  1. Seoul Incheon International Airport
South KoreaAsiana Airlines
Network Name:
OZ_Business
Password: 032744123Sky Hub Lounge
Network Name
:
[email protected]_W2_5G
Password: skyhub1234Free Wi-Fi network: AirportWiFiKorean Airlines KAL Lounge
Network Name
: KAL Lounge
Password: kalgmp1234
  1. Indira Gandhi International Airport
IndiaPlaza Premium Lounge
Network Name
: Premium Wi-Fi Password: s7k62cEmirates Lounge (Terminal 3)
Network Name
: LOUNGE A/LOUNGE B
Password: 6660055500
  1. Soekarno–Hatta International Airport
IndonesiaPriority Pass Lounge
Network Name
: TRANSFER LOUNGE
Password: lounge5412Pura Indah Lounge
Network Name
: Pura Indah Lounge Username: guest
Password: manadoGaruda Lounge (Terminal 3) Network Name: GarudaLounge
Username: [email protected] Password: garuda1234
  1. San Francisco International Airport
United StatesUnited Club (International Terminal)
Network Name
: united_club
Password: club5750Air France/KLM Lounge
Network Name
: AIRFRANCEKLMLOUNGE
Password: AFRKLM01Admirals Club
Password
: Houston2017Centurion Lounge
Password
: MemberSince
  1. Kuala Lumpur International Airport
MalaysiaAir Asia Red Premium Lounge
Network Name:
Premium_Red_Lounge
Password: everyonecanflyMAS Golden Lounge
Network Name:
GoldenLoungeWiFi
Password: malaysia1Emirates Lounge
Network Name:
Emirates_Lounge
Password: bcde12345Plaza Premium Lounge
Network Name
: Premium Plaza Lounge
Password: plaza2017O’Briens Global Cafe
Network
Name: OBRIENSKLIA
Password: obriens123
  1. Madrid Barajas Airport
SpainVIP AENA Lounge
Network Name
: VIP AENA
Password: tcy4332Free Wi-Fi network (Terminal 1, 2, 3, 4) network: Airport_Free_Wifi_AENA; free wifiIberia Lounge
Password
: panama
  1. McCarran International Airport
United StatesCenturion Lounge
Password
: MemberSince
  1. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
United StatesBritish Terraces Lounge
Network Name
: BALoungerWiFi
Password: singaporeDelta Sky Club
Password
: happyAlaska Airlines Boardroom
Password
: AL2017Centurion Lounge
Password
: MemberSince
  1. Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
IndiaBritish Airways Lounge
Password
: singapore
  1. Miami International Airport
United StatesAmerican Airlines Lounge
Password:
Houston2017Avianca Lounge
Network Name
: Avianca_VIP
Password: aviancaglobal2015Delta Sky Club
Password
: happyLatam VIP Lounge
Network Name
: latam
Password: salonvip36Centurion Lounge
Password
: MemberSince
  1. Charlotte Douglas International Airport
United StatesAdmirals Club
Password
: Houston2017
  1. Barcelona–El Prat Airport
SpainFree Wi-Fi network (Terminal 1, Terminal 2A, Terminal 2B, Terminal 2C): Airport_Free_Wifi_AENA; free wifi
  1. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
United StatesAdmirals Club
Password
: Houston2017
  1. Gatwick Airport
United KingdomFree Wi-Fi network: Gatwick FREE Wi-Fi

Security Risks of Using Airport Wi-Fi

According to the 2017 Norton Wi-Fi Risk Report, 60% of people believe that their personal information is secure when using public Wi-Fi networks (such as the ones found at airports), yet an alarming 53% can’t even differentiate between a secure and an unsecure network.

While airport Wi-Fi networks give you the convenience of staying connected, browsing the web, checking emails, streaming content etc., keep in mind that there are two main security risks of using them. These include:

  1. Eavesdroppers can sniff  your internet traffic via the free Wi-Fi you’re connected to by using tools like sniffers. This allows them to capture data packets as they flow through the network, and unless they’re encrypted, the bad guys can analyze them to get their hands on your most sensitive data.
  2. Cybercriminals can trick you into using phony Wi-Fi hotspots, either by offering free access to it or posing as a legitimate network – these are known as Evil Twins.  The thing about them is that they’re designed to look like the real deal, but allow cybercriminals to eavesdrop on connected users’ so they can steal data without their knowledge.

In both cases, your social networks, documents, passwords, bank accounts, email, and more can potentially be seen by a hacker and used for their nefarious purposes – like identity theft!

Additionally, you may also be bombarded with annoying ads (some of which may be malicious) if the free Wi-Fi is sponsored by a company.

Staying Safe While Using Airport Wi-Fi

Fortunately, there are a few things that you can do to stay safe while using airport Wi-Fi networks:​​

Using Airport Wi-Fi

  • Be Sure The Network Is Legit

Never make the mistake of assuming that the Wi-Fi network is real just because the name appears to be correct. If you’re sitting at a café or lounge, ask around to find out the name of the network and whether if it’s encrypted. And while online, use HTTPS everywhere to make your browsing even more secure.

  • Avoid Financial Transactions

All financial transactions should be conducted well before you reach the airport. By wrapping up your personal business ahead of time, you can avoid entering sensitive bank or credit card information on the crowded, unsafe airport Wi-Fi. It’s best to always assume that the Wi-Fi connection at the airport is unsecure and vulnerable.

  • Use Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication, aka 2FA, is a useful security feature that helps protect your online accounts besides your password. Make sure it’s enabled on any services that support it, like Facebook or Twitter. By doing so, if a hacker does manage to get a hold of your passwords, you will have an additional layer of security.

  • Get a Virtual Private Network (VPN)

75% of people don’t use a VPN when connecting to Wi-Fi networks in spite of the fact that it’s one of the best ways to protect their private information. PureVPN not only offers 2000+ servers and 300,000+ IPs to hide your identity behind, but also secures all your incoming and outgoing traffic via military-grade encryption for the best public Wi-Fi security.

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Final Word

And that’s all for now. Hopefully, you found the map of airport Wi-Fi passwords from across the world useful during your travels! With it, you can enjoy free internet access on the go but make sure that you take the necessary measures to use airport Wi-Fi securely and privately – you wouldn’t want your data to fall into the wrong hands!

Haris Shahid has a genuine passion in covering the latest happenings in the cyber security, privacy, and digital landscape. He likes getting out and about, but mostly ends up spending too much of his time behind a computer keyboard. He tweets at @harisshahid01

5 Comments
  1. Yogesh arya says:

    Nice activity to give free vpn services

  2. Alok arya says:

    Nice competitive

  3. Ja'Kyra Hicks says:

    I like the way they have listed major airports and I will put it to the test!!!

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