The Orange County Board of Supervisors has selected Boingo Wireless as John Wayne Airport's new wireless network partner. Boingo will provide comprehensive connectivity services for the Airport per the terms of a long-term agreement, and will expand the Airport's existing free Wi-Fi service into areas not previously covered by Wi-Fi, boost cellular coverage, and improve overall wireless connectivity.
Work stations are available throughout
Terminals B & C for passenger convenience.
Ad-supported free Wi-Fi service will continue to be available to all travelers, enabled by the Boingo Media platform. The new network will also be Passpoint-enabled, providing seamless access to a secure Wi-Fi network using the industry's latest technologies. Users who have Passpoint-capable devices and have installed a Passpoint profile will automatically be connected to the WPA2-encrypted network.
Boingo is the leading provider of neutral host Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) in U.S. airports, and is the world's leading airport Wi-Fi provider, managing services at more than 75 airports, representing more than 40% of the world's top 50 airports. Boingo manages Wi-Fi services at five of the top 10 highest traffic airports in the United States, including Chicago's O'Hare International, Los Angeles International, New York's John F. Kennedy and Miami International.