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New York JFK Airport (JFK) is the #1 international gateway to Europe. JFK is served by nearly 90 passenger and cargo airlines. International flights arriving at JFK from overseas make a substantial contribution to the economy of New York City, adding $82.1 billion in total economic output, plus 363,700 direct and indirect jobs with annual wages of $19.3 billion in New York City. There is an observation deck just about anywhere at JFK for those who love to watch the planes!

JFK New York Airport (JFK) is the primary airport serving New York City, Westchester and Long Island in the United States. It is often referred to by its airport code JFK, with the letters usually pronounced individually. JFK is located in Queens at the south end of the Van Wyck Expressway. This airport primarily handles international flights; it has a one mile long "international zone", which is run not by the U.S. Government, but by the United Nations. The airport has a Ground Transportation Desk where you can get information when you arrive..

JFK is the busiest airport in the world and is served by direct flights to North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Oceania, and The Middle East. The airport is a major hub for United Airlines and a focus city for American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and Southwest Airlines.

Although JFK is the largest airport in the Greater New York Area, the region relies on a multiple airport system because of its vast size. Many of the area's most well-known attractions are closer to alternative airports than to JFK; for example, Madison Square Garden and Shea Stadium are closer to LaGuardia Airport in Queens.

Kennedy Airport has nine terminals

Terminal 1 is for Aeromexico, Air France, Alitalia, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa and others.
Terminal 2 is for Continental and Song flights.
Terminal 3 is the Delta terminal plus some other airlines.
Terminal 4 is the main international terminal, most non-US airlines plus Northwest use this terminal.
Terminal 5 is temporarily closed.
Terminal 6 is for JetBlue flights.
Terminal 7 is the British Airways terminal, plus Air Canada, Cathay Pacific, Icelandair, Qantas, Thai and United.
Terminal 8 is the American Airlines international terminal plus Finnair flights.
Terminal 9 is for American Airlines domestic and American Eagle.

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New York - JFK Airport

Terminal 4 at JFK International Airport is one of the most modern, efficient, spacious and unique terminals in the New York.

JFK is undergoing a $10.3 billion redevelopment. The airport opened a new Terminal 1 in 1998. The  replacement for the International Arrivals Building, Terminal 4, opened in 2001. Construction has begun on JetBlue Airways' new Terminal 5, which will incorporate the historic landmark TWA FlightCenter terminal. The terminal will support 500 daily departures and arrivals, doubling JetBlue's current operating capacity at JFK. Delta Air Lines has undertaken a refurbishment of Terminals 2 and 3, while Terminals 8 and 9 have undergone redevelopment as one single terminal for American Airlines hub operation - Terminal 8.

Original plans called for the redevelopment of Terminal 6 for United Airlines.  However, United has since dramatically reduced its operation at JFK and has abandoned any plans for a future JFK hub. As of August 2007, no plans have been released as to the future of Terminal 6, currently occupied by JetBlue, once the airline's new Terminal 5 becomes operational.

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