Air France In-Flight Wi-Fi: Plans, Providers, and How to Connect

Air France now offers in-flight Wi-Fi on 90% of its aircraft, including Airbus and Boeing models. They offer three Wi-Fi pass options. Learn more here.

Yes, Air France offers in-flight Wi-Fi on most of its flights[1]. The airline has been gradually equipping its fleet with Wi-Fi, and by 2022, it was available on 90% of their aircraft, including Boeing 777 and 787, as well as Airbus A220, A318, A319, A320, A321, A330, and A350[2]. Air France uses Gogo and Panasonic Avionics as their Wi-Fi service providers[3][2].

To connect to Air France Wi-Fi, follow these steps[2]:

  1. Turn on Airplane Mode and connect to the “AirFranceCONNECT” Wi-Fi network.
  2. Open a browser and type in the address bar.
  3. Select a plan, and you will be connected to Air France Wi-Fi.

Air France offers three Wi-Fi pass options[3]:

  1. Message Pass: Free for all customers, allowing you to send text messages using your favorite apps[4].
  2. Surf Pass: Allows you to browse the internet and check emails. The pricing for Surf Pass starts at €5 for the entire duration of the trip on medium-haul flights, €8 (2,700 Miles) for one hour, or €18 (6,000 Miles) for the entire trip on long-haul flights[4].
  3. Stream Pass: Available only on long-haul flights, it offers the fastest available Wi-Fi for streaming and downloading at a cost of €30 for the entire trip[5].

Please note that the availability and pricing of Wi-Fi passes may vary depending on the flight and aircraft type. You can purchase a Wi-Fi pass either on board or when you check in, from 30 hours before your flight’s departure[6]. You can pay for Surf and Stream passes using Visa, Mastercard, American Express, PayPal, or Flying Blue Miles[4].


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