Aer Lingus portal allows you to connect to the Aer Lingus Wi-Fi. Learn more about Aer Lingus Inflight Wi-Fi and its pricing to stay connected in the air.
How To Connect To Aer Lingus Wi-Fi?
- Turn on Airplane Mode and connect to the “Aer_Lingus_WiFi” Wi-Fi network.
- Open a browser to launch the portal.
- Select a plan and you will be connected to Aer Lingus Wi-Fi.
- Chat for an Hour
*Prices from €3.49 / $3.99 / £2.99.
With this plan, travelers can use messaging apps to quickly catch up with family and friends.
- Keep Chatting
*Prices from €5.99 / $6.99 / £4.99.
This plan allows passengers to stay in touch with loved ones via messaging services during the entire flight.
- Stay Connected
*Prices from €13.49 / $16.49 / £11.99.
This plan is ideal for browsing the web or utilizing social networks to remain in touch with friends and family.
- Don’t Miss a Thing
*Prices from €20.49 / $24.99 / £17.99.
With this plan, travelers can stay connected throughout their flight and conduct online shopping. They can also send and receive emails.
*Wi-Fi plan prices vary by route
Wi-Fi is complimentary for Business Class customers and AerClub Concierge members.
Wi-Fi Availability on Aer Lingus Aircraft
The following aircraft are equipped with Aer Lingus Wi-Fi and mobile networks to keep passengers connected to the ground below:
- Most A330 aircraft (Wi-Fi, messages, and data)
- All A321neoLR aircraft (Wi-Fi only)
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the Service Provider of Aer Lingus Wi-Fi?
Panasonic is the Service Provider of Aer Lingus Wi-Fi.
What Devices Are Compatible With Aer Lingus Wi-Fi?
Any Wi-Fi-capable device, including computers, tablets, and smartphones, can be used by travelers to connect to Aer Lingus Wi-Fi.
How Soon Can I Use the Internet While Flying?
At a height of 10,000 feet, or roughly 20 minutes after takeoff, Wi-Fi becomes operational. Both during takeoff and landing, it is turned off.
How much is the Wi-Fi speed?
The upload and download speeds for users will be roughly 5 Mbps and 1 Mbps, respectively. The speed will be the same as connecting to an on-land public Wi-Fi network.