Connect to Delta Wifi

How to Connect To Delta Airlines Wi-Fi?

To connect to Delta Airlines Wi-Fi on your flight, follow these steps:

  1. Ensure that your phone is in Airplane Mode.
  2. Turn on your Wi-Fi device and look for the network named "" in the list of available networks.
  3. If the Delta Wi-Fi interface doesn't load automatically, you can manually access it by visiting
  4. On the Delta Portal, select your preferred Wi-Fi plan from the options provided.


*Note that Delta mentions that Free Wifi will be available by December 31, 2024.

Delta Airlines offers various Wi-Fi plans depending on the aircraft, including subscriptions and prices from either Viasat or Wi-Fi Onboard (formerly Gogo). Stay connected throughout your flight and enjoys the convenience of Delta's in-flight Wi-Fi services.

Stay connected during your Delta Airlines flight with their Wi-Fi plans designed to fit your needs. Here's an overview of the subscriptions and prices available:

For Domestic Flights within the US:

SkyMiles Members can enjoy free Wi-Fi on most domestic U.S. flights.

Some Delta aircraft may offer Wi-Fi Onboard (formerly Gogo), and there are Regional plans for Wi-Fi Onboard (or Gogo). Check here for details.

Viasat Plans:

In-flight text messaging: Free

Single full-flight Wi-Fi pass: $5.00

Viasat Wi-Fi plans are available on specific Delta aircraft, including the 319, 320, 321 (selected aircraft), 737-800, 737-900, and 757-200.

For Regional Flights:

Price: $49.95 per month with automatic renewal *

Coverage: U.S., Canada, Mexico (where network coverage exists)

For International Flights:

Price: $69.95 per month with automatic renewal or $599 annually

Delta Wi-Fi Coverage:

Before your flight, we recommend contacting Delta Customer Support to determine which network provider (Viasat or Wi-Fi Onboard) is available on your specific flight and aircraft. You also have the option to pre-purchase Wi-Fi Onboard (formerly Gogo) plans in advance.

Passengers can enjoy internet service when flying at altitudes above 10,000 feet within the service coverage area. The service remains active as long as the aircraft stays within the global network service area. Keep in mind that if the aircraft ventures outside this area, such as over the Arctic Circle, the service may experience interruptions. Stay connected with Delta's versatile Wi-Fi options.

Important Note: Flight WiFi will only be available above an altitude of 11000ft.
Disclaimer: The information on the site should be used as a guide only. You are advised to contact your airline official site and ensure you have the latest information. We take no responsibility.