Boingo to Expand Services to Five Airports in Japan, Three in Germany

By Jesse Sokolow on 21 February 2013
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View from Haneda's Sky Deck, Terminal 2

View from Haneda’s Sky Deck, Terminal 2

Boingo, a wireless Internet company, announced that it will expand its services to five airports in Japan in spring of this year.  In addition, the company also announced it will offer its services at three airports in Germany, beginning in spring as well.

In Japan, the wireless service will be available at Tokyo Haneda, Tokyo Narita, New Chitose Airport, Fukuoka Airport, and Chubu International Airport.  Travelers will be able to choose from various plans at the airports, including Boingo Asia Pacific, which offers access at over 200,000 hotspots in the region.

In Germany, Boingo will be available at Berlin-Tegel, Nuremburg Airport, and Stuttgart.  Plans available to passengers will be Boingo Europe Plus, which offers unlimited Wi-Fi at over 200,000 hotspots throughout Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, and Boingo Global, which offers access anywhere in the world.

Hourly and day passes for the service will also be available to travelers at the airports in both countries.

Accura News

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