Staying connected is even easier with Wi-Fi on more domestic daily flights. That means you can check your inbox, get work to-dos done or simply surf the web to pass the time.
Free shopping, news, flight info and more. Delta Connect is the in-air experience that keeps you entertained and up to date — all from 30,000 feet. Enjoy free access to everything from exclusive shopping deals and breaking news to the flight tracker at delta.com.
Full access to the Internet with your Delta Wi-Fi Pass. When you're in the air and online with Gogo, you're connected to all the things that matter. Simply purchase a Delta Wi-Fi Pass before you go, or through Delta Connect once onboard. It's that easy!
Delta Connect and Gogo are available on Gogo equipped flights within the continental U.S. and portions of Alaska*.
With Delta and Gogo, you can surf the sky knowing that we have you covered on Gogo equipped flights within the entire continental U.S. & Alaska.
*Service is not available outside the continental USA and Alaska as shown. Some parts of Alaska may experience interruptions.
Check My Trips to see if Wi-Fi is available on your flight.
Wi-Fi. You've got it on the ground — now look for it in the air.
To see if the Internet is available, look for the "Wi-Fi Onboard" icon overhead or next to your row number.
To connect, turn on your Wi-Fi device, connect to the "gogoinflight" signal and launch your browser.
Tech Tip: You can connect with any Wi-Fi enabled device, including laptops, tablets and smartphones (set to airplane mode, of course).
In-flight Wi-Fi works with most laptops and smartphones, and supports Android®, Apple®, Blackberry®, Nokia® (Symbian S60) and Windows® platforms. The in-flight Internet connection works just like most wireless mobile broadband services on the ground.
Voice service is not permitted or supported.
The minimum requirements for access are Wi-Fi capability (802.11 a/b/g) and a supported web browser, including Google® Chrome®, Microsoft Internet Explorer® 6 & 7 (Windows®, XP or Vista®), and Mozilla® Firefox® or Safari® on Mac OS® X.
Any liability for damage to the passenger caused by loss of information or data is rejected by the airline. In case of misuse or manipulation, any liability is rejected by the airline. Even within the nationwide coverage area, there are several factors that may interfere with actual service, quality and availability—including the ability to initiate, validate and maintain an in-flight connection. These factors include, but are not limited to: network changes, aircraft and network traffic volume, service outages, technical limitations, signal strength, and other conditions.