British Airway lounges get free Wi-Fi

British Airway lounges get free Wi-Fi

March 30, 2016

British Airways from 1st April 2016 is offering free access to Openzone hot spots in its 25 UK lounges, the agreement with Openzone is for a three year period according to Silicon.com.

Certainly not all us have access to the different lounges which are usually set aside for business class ticket holders or those on the upper tiers of frequent flyer schemes. Not all is lost for those trapped in terminal buildings as you can typically get free access to BBC content via The Cloud hotspots.

A list of the BA and partner lounges around the world and which ones provide Openzone access can found hidden away on the BA website.

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