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Wireless access at UK and Irish airports

Who has it and how much it costs

Our handy list highlights Wireless Internet offerings at airports around the UK and Ireland. In a few, lucky cases, Wi-Fi access is free. At most of the airports, however, you'll be looking at about £4 per hour to catch up on work or do some recreational surfing.

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Free

Aberdeen

Belfast City Airport (George Best)

Birmingham

Bournemouth (free for up to 60 minutes)

Bristol (free for up to 30 minutes)

Edinburgh (free for up to 2 hours)

Glasgow International (free for up to 30 minutes)

Humberside (free for up to 30 minutes)

London City

London Luton (free with ‘daily limit per user’)

London Stansted (free for up to 60 minutes)

Manchester (for up to 60 minutes)

Newcastle (free for 30 mins, with a purchase. Get the code in Starbucks, Condecco Bar, Eagle Bar Diner, Wine and Deli, and Caffe Ritazza)

Norwich

In the Republic of Ireland, Dublin, Shannon, Cork and Ireland West (Knock) airports offer free Wi-Fi.

About £3 per hour

Cardiff (free for the first 30 minutes)

Durham Tees Valley (free for the first 30 minutes)

John Lennon Liverpool (free for the first 30 minutes)

London Gatwick (free for up to 45 minutes)

London Heathrow (free for up to 45 minutes)

Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield (free for the first 30 minutes)

Southampton (free for up to 30 minutes) (provided by BT Openzone, T-Mobile and The Cloud Networks)

About £5 per hour

Leeds Bradford

About £6 per 90 minutes (BT Openzone)

Belfast International Airport

Updated May 2014

 
 
Oonagh Shiel
Content Manager at Cheapflights whose travel life can be best summed up as BC (before children) and PC (post children). We only travel during the school holidays so short-haul trips and staycations are our specialities!