Isn’t it time for free wireless in all airports? It would have been nice sleeping on the floor at Newark to at least have the compensation of free Wi-Fi. No chance.
CDG (Charles de Gaulle Airport) is apparently going to give passengers a taste of free Wi-Fi between April and June of 2008. All terminals have internet access but you need to pay for your access, either by purchasing a card in one of the Relay bookstores, or by purchasing directly online (.15 centimes per minute). It’s possible that if you already have an Orange or a Sprint account you already have access. (I tried with my Wanadoo/Orange account and it didn’t work).
My question is, if the City of Paris provides free wi-fi in city parks, why not in the Aeroports de Paris? Let’s follow the good example of Iceland. Free Wi-fi for all. Do you agree?