Airplane mode turns off all wireless communications on your Windows 11 computer, which is handy during an airplane flight or when you just want to disconnect from the network. See how you can turn it on and off.
Turn flight mode on or off in Quick Settings
One of the fastest ways to turn flight on or off in Windows 11 is through the Quick Settings menu. To open it, click the audio and Wi-Fi icons in the lower-right corner of the taskbar next to the clock, or press Windows + a on your keyboard.
When opened, click the "Airplane Mode" button to turn flight mode on or off.
If you do not see the Airplane Mode button in the Quick Settings menu, click the pencil icon at the bottom of the menu, select "Add", and then select it from the list that appears.
Turn the Airplane Mode on or off in Settings
You can also enable or disable flight mode from Windows Settings. To do this, open Settings by pressing Windows + i on your keyboard. In Settings, go to "Network & Internet", then click the switch next to "Airplane Mode" to turn it on or off.
If you click on the side edge (arrow) next to the switch, you can fine-tune if you only want to turn off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, or even turn Wi-Fi on again after you turn on flight mode.
Turn flight mode on or off using a physical button
On many laptops, some tablets and some desktop keyboards, you may find a special button, switch or key that switches flight mode. Sometimes it is a switch on the side of a laptop that can turn all wireless functions on or off. Or sometimes it is a key with an "i" or a radio tower and many waves around it, as in the Acer laptop pictured below.
Eventually, you will need to consult your device manual to find the right button, but logically you should look for an icon that looks like a radiant wave or something similar. Good luck!
Source of information: howtogeek.com