Onboard Wi-Fi & Free Messaging


We have the technology and entertainment that help your trip fly by. Delta is one of the largest providers of Onboard Wi-Fi in the world, with Wi-Fi access offered on nearly all flights. Onboard Wi-Fi powered by Gogo® is installed on nearly all aircraft with two or more cabins.*

 

How to Connect to Wi-Fi


 

Steps to Connect

1. In device Settings, switch your device to Airplane Mode, then turn your Wi-Fi on.

 

2. Choose DeltaWiFi from the list of available networks. You'll be redirected to the Wi-Fi portal. 

 

3. If the page doesn't load, type "wifi.delta.com" into your internet search bar to be directed to our Wi-Fi portal.

 


Free Messaging Keeps You Connected


Delta offers free mobile messaging so that you can stay in touch with friends, family, and colleagues while on board.

Free Messaging is available on all Wi-Fi enabled flights for use with the iMessage, opens in a new windowFacebook Messenger, opens in a new window, and WhatsApp, opens in a new window apps on smartphones.

A few things to know about Free Messaging on Delta:

It’s free. Purchase is not required, and messaging and data charges do not apply.

Connect to Free Messaging

1. In device Settings, switch your device to Airplane Mode, then turn your Wi-Fi on.

 

2. Choose DeltaWiFi from the list of available networks. You'll be redirected to the Wi-Fi portal where you can choose "Free Messaging."

 

3. If the page doesn't load, type "wifi.delta.com" into your internet search bar. Then choose “Free Messaging" from the Wi-Fi portal.

 


Pre-Purchase Your Wi-Fi Pass


We offer a variety of Wi-Fi passes onboard to best fit the needs of all travelers. Passes can also be purchased ahead of your trip.

 

Pre-Purchase Options
Whether you need Wi-Fi for one day of travel or are looking long-term, we got you covered. Explore the passes available pre-flight and select what’s right for you, starting at $7**.
**Excludes taxes and fees

Wi-Fi Across Delta's Global Fleet


2KU | NEXT GENERATION TECHNOLOGY

We’re bringing at-home Wi-Fi speed and reliability to the air with 2Ku, from Gogo®. That means whether you’re streaming video, working remotely or simply browsing the web, you can enjoy industry-leading Wi-Fi speeds on your flight. 2Ku also offers continuous connectivity from pushback to park on nearly all flights.

Available on:

737-800,  737-900,  757-200*,  757-300,  A220,  A319,  A320,  A321,  A330-900 and A350

KU | WI-FI ON LONG-HAUL INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS

Ku technology offers global coverage on 100% of our long-haul international flights, enabling you to stay connected at 10,000 feet and beyond and over water.

Available on:

A330-200, A330-300, 757-200*, 767-300, 767-400 and 777-200

*Select Aircraft

ATG | AIR TO GROUND ON SHORT–HAUL FLIGHTS

Air-to-Ground Wi-Fi technology is available on our short-haul flights enabling you to stay connected at 10,000 feet and beyond on the following aircraft types.

Available on:

CRJ-700, CRJ-900, E-170, E-175 and 717


Terms & Conditions

 

*Varies by aircraft and route. In some cases, Wi-Fi may not be available outside the continental US for domestic aircraft traveling internationally. Please check the Wi-Fi coverage area map on your particular aircraft for details.

A capable smartphone is required to use Free Messaging.

iMessage, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp are third-party software applications, and Delta is not responsible for their terms of use, functionality, or any damage to or incompatibility with your mobile device.

Additional restrictions may apply. Offers are subject to change. Passes starting as low as $2.00 are available in select markets. Use of the Gogo® In-Flight Internet service is subject to terms of use available at gogoair.com. Voice service is not permitted nor supported. Click for Gogo's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

In-Flight connectivity works with virtually any Wi-Fi enabled device that runs Android®, Apple®, Windows®, and Blackberry® platforms. Supported browsers include: Safari, Google Chrome, Windows Explorer (version 8 or above), and Firefox. The service works just like most wireless mobile broadband services on the ground.

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.

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