For many air travelers, staying connected isn’t a luxury — it’s essential. Whether you’re a business professional finalizing deals at cruising altitude, a student working on assignments, or just traveling for fun, onboard WiFi can make all the difference.
If you have an upcoming trip on Delta, chances are you’re wondering if Delta has WiFi. Fortunately, Delta is one of the most connected airlines in the United States and the odds are in your favor.
Delta Wi-Fi Pricing
While Delta has made significant efforts over the years to offer free Wi-Fi on their larger aircraft, they do charge for access on some of their smaller aircraft. So… how much is Wifi on Delta?
- On mainline domestic aircraft, Wi-Fi is usually free for Skymiles Members (it is free to join).
- On international flights, Wi-Fi prices vary. Expect to pay between $19 and $59 for access, depending on the length of your flight. Messaging is free.
- On regional flights, pricing varies but messaging is free. Charges are waived for T-mobile customers with select plans.
What Delta plans offer Wi-Fi?
Delta offers Wi-Fi in some capacity on most of their aircraft. This includes:
- Airbus A220
- Airbus A319
- Airbus A320
- Airbus A321
- Airbus A321neo
- Airbus A350
- Boeing 717
- Boeing 737
- Boeing 757
- Boeing 767
- Bombardier CRJ-700
- Bombardier CRJ-900
- Embraer E170
- Embraer E175
The CRJ-200, used for short regional routes, is the only Delta aircraft that doesn’t offer Wi-Fi. It is currently being phased out of service.
How To Connect to Delta Wi-Fi
Connecting to Wi-Fi on your Delta flight is just like connecting to any other hotspot for the most part.
- Enable airplane mode on your mobile device
- Enable Wi-Fi and connect to the network named DeltaWifi.com
- Head over to DeltaWifi.com to view your access options
- For flights with free Wi-Fi, simply login to your Delta Skymiles account
- For flights with the older Wi-Fi Onboard service, prices vary but may be free with select T-mobile plans.