AENA, the national airports’ authority, is likely to require that the company given the concession to operate wifi networks in Spain’s airports provides more free access than at present. The next tender for the wifi service will, therefore, bring about a service that is more in line with customer expectations.
The authority, which has to cater for almost 200 million passengers per annum, was able to double the thirty minutes of free access that had been available  at the start of December last year.
There is, in addition to this generally available service, a further one - the AENA Club Cliente - for which registration is free and through which wifi is also free to users.


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