Delta Opens New Terminal 4 at JFK

By Jesse Sokolow on 24 May 2013
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A parked Delta aircraft preparing for boarding

A parked Delta aircraft preparing for boarding

Delta announced the opening of its new Terminal 4 at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport.  Among other features, the expanded terminal has nine new, as well as seven renovated, international gates.

The terminal has improved and renovated check-in areas, including a dedicated Sky Priority check-in, as well as a centralized security checkpoint.  The terminal also has new dining and retail outlets, as well as an in-line baggage system, and improved Customs and Border Protection.

The expanded terminal houses a new 24,000 square foot (2,229 square meter) Delta Sky Club.  The club offers a chef-designed menu featuring items such as cheese, sushi, charcuterie, and dessert.  The club also offers a wine-by-the-glass program.

The Delta Sky Club includes the Sky Deck, a 2,000 square foot (185 square meter) rooftop terrace, the first ever Sky Deck outdoor terrace.

Earlier this year, Delta announced phase 2 of the redevelopment plan, which will include 11 additional gates in Concourse B of Terminal 4.  Construction on phase 2 will begin immediately, and when it is completed in summer of 2015, Concourse B will house a total of 27 Delta gates, and will replace the airline’s current Terminal 2 regional jet facility.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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