Concourse expands coverage from Terminals 8 and 9 to Terminal 1 at JFK: The new Wi-Fi service starts up on Oct. 1. Concourse covers Newark and LaGuardia quite extensively, and there are a variety of reasons--none of them publicly available that I'm aware of--that have kept the firm from unwiring all the JFK terminals. JetBlue runs its own service from its gates there.
Atlanta, by the way, will finally have its long-awaited Wi-Fi service across nearly 4 million square feet by Oct. 1: As previously reported, it appears that an original plan to unwire Atlanta has gone by the wayside and a new contractor is responsible for this massive Wi-Fi installation.
The article erroneously states--using an attributed comment from an airport official--that the vendor-neutral service it provides is first among major airports. Concourse, Wayport, and other operators offer host-neutral deployments to their partners. Even major airports, like Denver, that used to be host-dependent--you had to pay AT&T Wireless--now have several partnerships for lower-cost access using an existing Wi-Fi or cellular account.