State of Airport Wireless Q1 2014


We recently released our quarterly report analyzing data from more than 30 high-traffic North American airports. Boingo’s State of Airport Wireless Q1 2014 report reveals useful information on passenger Wi-Fi trends and answers specific questions that we’ve received from airport industry executives, including:

  • What are the demographics (gender/age) of airport Wi-Fi users?
  • What percent of departing passengers use free Wi-Fi at U.S. airports?
  • What’s the breakdown of device types and operating systems that are connecting to airport Wi-Fi?

Here’s a sneak peek at just a few of the stats featured in the report.

Visitor Profile:

Nearly two-thirds of airport Wi-Fi users are men.

Nearly two-thirds of airport Wi-Fi users are men.

 

 

 

 

Half of airport Wi-Fi users are Millennials, a valuable demographic of digital natives who have largely grown up with technology and social media.

Half of airport Wi-Fi users are Millennials, a valuable demographic of digital natives who have largely grown up with technology and social media.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The State of Airport Wireless Q1 2014 report also covers data consumption, languages, and more.

We’re pleased to share this business intelligence with the airport community to provide timely insight into passenger traffic patterns, device usage, data consumption, and additional airport industry wireless trends. So without further ado, we hope you enjoy this latest edition. View and download the full report here!

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