Delta Announces Next Phase of JFK’s Terminal 4 Expansion

By Jesse Sokolow on 11 February 2013
  • Share
Delta airside bus to Terminal 4

Delta airside bus to Terminal 4

Delta, along with JFK International Air Terminal LLC and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, announced the next phase of the expansion of Terminal 4 at JFK.  The project, which will cost $145 million, will add 11 gates and 45,000 square feet (4,180 square meters) to Concourse B of Terminal 4.

Once the expansion is complete, Terminal 4’s Concourse B will have 27 Delta gates, completely replacing the airline’s current regional jet operation at the terminal.  Each new gate will include a dedicated boarding counter, seating area, and jet bridge.

The expansion is in addition to the airline’s previously announced $1.2 billion Terminal 4 redevelopment, which is currently 90 percent complete and is set to be finished in May of this year.  The redevelopment includes nine new international gates (along with seven renovated ones), renovated check-in areas, a centralized security checkpoint, new dining and retail areas, the first ever Sky Deck outdoor terrace, and a 24,000 square foot (2,229 square meter) Delta Sky Club.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

Accura News

Read previous post:
New York Palace Announces $120 Million Renovation

The New York Palace has begun the first phase of renovations with a complete makeover of its hotel-within-a-hotel, the Towers. ...