In-Flight Wifi Speed Test

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As the in-flight wifi is available from various airline carriers across the globe, the key of the in-flight wifi is the internet speed. Without a reasonable internet speed, it won’t be usable at all even for the web browsing.

I have tested the in-flight wifi speed so far on three carriers: Delta Air Lines, EVA Air, and Singapore Airlines. Here are my findings:

  1. Delta Air Lines

    • Service name: DeltaWiFi

    • Type of tested wifi: Free wifi and texting for T-Mobile customers

    • Speed

      • Download: 0.08 Mbps

      • Upload: 0.61 Mbps

      • Ping: 344 ms

      • Server location: Los Angeles, CA

      • Flight location: Within the U.S.

    • Tested date: Oct 17, 2017

    • Speed test app: Speedtest.net

  2. EVA Air

    • Service name: EVA Wi-Fi

    • Type of tested wifi: 24 hour access pass for $21.95

    • Speed

      • Download: 0.13 Mbps

      • Upload: 1.0 Mbps

      • Ping: 837 ms - 1.1 s

      • Server location: Frankfurt, DE

      • Flight location: Over the pacific ocean

    • Tested date: Aug 31, 2018

    • Speed test app: Fast.com

  3. Singapore Airlines

    • Service name: KrisWorld

    • Type of tested wifi: Pro (50MB) for $19.99

    • Speed

      • Download: 0.24 Mbps

      • Upload: 11.60 Mbps

      • Ping: 2.6 s

      • Server location: Frankfurt, DE

      • Flight location: Over the pacific ocean

    • Tested date: Feb 24, 2019

    • Speed test app: OpenSpeedTest.com


References

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The screenshot of the wifi speed test result on Delta Air Lines

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The screenshot of the wifi speed test result on EVA Air

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The screenshot of the wifi speed test result on Singapore Airlines