Also called as the Tullamarine Airport, the Melbourne Airport is the city of Melbourne’s primary aviation hub for public use and is considered the sole international airport among the four airports situated in the Melbourne metropolitan area. Located in Tullamarine, the airport is owned by the Leased Federal Airport and operated by the Australia Pacific Airports Corporation Limited. It functions as a hub for a number of passenger airlines, including Virgin Australia, Jetstar Airways, Regional Express Airlines, Qantas and Tigerair Australia. In terms of air routes, the Melbourne Airport is declared the 3rd most- travelled passenger air route in the world and also the 3rd busiest in all of Asia Pacific region. It features over 33 direct intercontinental flights and other destinations in North America, Oceania, Asia and Africa.
Does Melbourne Airport have free WiFi ?
Throughout the passenger terminals of Melbourne Airport, anyone can access free WiFi to stay connected in between flights. Access points are available in aircraft gate lounges (Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4) and public areas within the aviation complex. Laptop computers, smart phones, tablets and other WiFi ready device could be used to take advantage of free wireless connectivity. Before using it, you are required to answer a short survey regarding airport services.
How to Connect :
- Set your device’s IP address to automatic once your WiFi connectivity is turned on.
- If no network is detected, manually look up the SSID “FREE WIFI by MEL” network
- Open a browser to trigger the welcome page of the free internet service